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car cover advice 120-130

I just drove my 1965 4 door from California to Albany, NY and am going to have to park it outside for the winter behind a friend's house. I've never used a car cover, so am looking for advice about what would be best for this climate. Do I want one that breathes? Is totally waterproof? I don't want to trap moisture or condensed moisture that could cause rust. I guess most important is to park it on gravel for drainage, but until I can get that set up (a month), wondered if it was better to put a sheet of poly under it rather than have it sit on what is right now moist earth. Suggestions? Musts to avoid? Past experience welcome. thanks

 





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