The California Car Cover Crew was on hand at the Pomona Swap Meet (as usual). Here are some photos of the custom cars and large crowd that rolled into the Pomona Fairplex last Sunday.
Our friends at Chrysler Performance West hosted their annual Spring Fling Car Show at Woodley Park last weekend. We always enjoy seeing the various Chrysler classics and muscle cars this event attracts each year.
Our annual trip to beautiful Del Mar, Ca took place last weekend as the California Car Cover Crew cruised down to the San Diego area for the Goodguys Meguiar's Del Mar Nationals.
Our April 2019 California Car Cover catalog features the beautiful 1958 Chevrolet Impala built by RMD Garage. Dubbed "Ebony," this '58 Impala appears fairly traditional, but has some incredible custom touches.
Our 8th Annual European Car Show with dubNation and HRE Wheels took place this past Sunday at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles. The attracted a few hundred custom European cars and spectators to the museum for a great Sunday to raise money for the museum.
If you live in the desert, you know that heat, intense sun exposure, and dust can impact your car as much as it can your home and you, for that matter. Parking your car outside leaves it vulnerable to interior and exterior damage, which is why a quality car cover is a smart investment. A custom car cover is the best way to protect your car from the sun, especially if you know what features are worth the money.
As the temperatures warm up in the spring, you want to take your custom car out on the road. The excitement of getting your ride out of the garage and back into circulation just can’t be beat. Once you remove your vehicle from storage, you want to keep it in pristine condition. A car cover protects your ride when it’s parked, whether it’s in a garage or not.
Each California Car Cover catalog features dozens of new metal signs for your garage or office. We wanted to highlight ten of our favorite new signs from the Spring 2019 catalog.
Your classic car is a labor of love. You’ve invested a lot of time and money into your ride. Unless you keep it in a showroom under glass, you want to protect that investment when you aren’t driving it. Here are some things you should consider when you ask, “how to store your car indoors.”