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Old 11-03-2018, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Waiz View Post
You want to go with the NOAH

http://www.carcoverworld.com/Covercraft-Noah

What model Z do you have? Any modifications? if you have a different front bumper or rear spoiler you might have to get the version that fits the NISMO instead of the regular Coupe version.

I just bought the NOAH but I haven't had a chance to cover my Z with it. My Honda Fit's OEM cover is a NOAH and that is really the best for harsher weather
Old thread, but I was wondering if anybody with a Z that has a rear wing recommends a good cover for their Z33? I had one of the Kimberly Clark made material; fit my stock Z like a glove and as it got older it worked fine over my rear wing (amuse type 2), but it's worn out now; a new cover would not fit well at all. Possibly that NOAH one for a Nismo would work for my car, but wanted to check if any other options out there? I'll add a pic of the wing on mine, thanks to anyone in advance.



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Old 11-03-2018, 03:22 PM
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You have a beautiful, well planned Z33! Not the best answer, but if mine needs to be outside, I love my CoverKing. It has elastics at bottom though. I have never come across an application for a car like yours. If it were mine I'd look for a cover with a draw-string and let the bottom rear few inches get wet. At least perhaps 95% of the sun, bird droppings and airborne contaminants will be kept off. GL.
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Thanks! The problem with these covers is that with the wing now the elastic rear bottoms of them squeeze in directly on the rear bumper cover just about license plate level; can scratch the paint, where if it didn't have the wing they tuck in nicely under the rear of the car. I'd like to have that extra room to account for the wing, just don't know if there are any out there.
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https://www.bing.com/search?q=car+co...A32E5EF931017F

I get it. If it were mine, I'd sew/ safety pin the elastic to the cover then cut elastic behind rear tires and trunk area. Sorry, best solution I have atm.
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Old 11-04-2018, 06:14 AM
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Good post i'm in the market for one! Last winter I stored the Z outdoors with one of those generic amazon car covers. ended up scratching the paint up really bad when i took it off. it wasn't a snug fit and the wind caused it to rub ever so lightly onto the paint over the winter months. get something snug! I'm liking the other recommendations on here. anyone have anything used for the new england outdoor winters?
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