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Old 08-05-2015, 06:48 AM   #1
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Protective Covering New Exterior Panels

I am starting to attach my first of many new panels. My 1952 Silver Streak Clipper. Fun times. I am in Portland, OR. Trees and such, also some direct sunlight on work area. I would like to protect the nice new shiny surface.
I saw on EBay some bulk 60" wide car caver material. $6 a yard.
So, should I leave the factory applied plastic covering or learn another new trade, tarp making?
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