[DML] Re: Flatbedding Delorean - to cover or not to cover?
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[DML] Re: Flatbedding Delorean - to cover or not to cover?



Hello.

It's best not to cover it, in my experience.  The cover will polish the 
stainless as it flaps around.  I've towed my car covered 2000 miles, 
and no matter how hard I tried to secure the cover, it still flapped 
here and there, leaving a few minor shiny marks.   The car should be 
towed facing forward though, if uncovered, lest the wind pull off the 
louvers and hood.


Rick.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Derek" <derek.grozio@...> wrote:
>
> I am relocating for work and decided in order to take the car with me
> I am going to get a car carrier (completely off the ground) and attach
> it behind the 16' moving truck. Its going to be an interesting drive
> :) but I was wondering for those that have open air towed their cars,
> do you cover or not cover them? 
> 
> I don't really want any damage to occur to the car, and am not sure
> how much more or less wear and tear something like this is on a car
> compared to normal driving. I have seen the $20 car covers on ebay
> with the eye holes to attach a cable kit across the mid section of the
> car from the passenger under to the drivers side door to secure the
> cover. Would something like this hold while going 55 on the thruway? 
> 
> Any suggestions are appreciated, thanks!
> 
> -Derek #10084
>









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