Sun Shield

Discussion in 'New England' started by Capt, Apr 23, 2004.

  1. Capt

    Capt Karting

    Nov 9, 2003
    North of Boston
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    I'm looking for a sun shield to put in the windshield of my 355 (to prevent the dash shrinkage) anyone know of some place that carries the pattern? I checked Cover craft and they dont....idealy I'd like to get one with a Ferrari Logo...

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  3. Prova85

    Prova85 Formula 3

    Nov 13, 2003
    So. Shore MA.
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    Kenny K
    I find it strange that they don't have one for the 355. They make them for Tr's although when I got it it didn't fit. It was too tall to put the sun visors down to hold it place. I went through (nice name ehhh ? in fact I'm now known as Autogeek in work :) ) and what they did was have Cover craft send me a kit to have one custom made by them. Basically it's a clear plastic template that you indicate where the windshield outline and r-view cutouts are. You sent it back to them and they make it based on the template. I just got the kit and haven't yet had a chance to set up the template. They're the best on the market IMHO. I've been using them for years.

    Kenny K.
  4. Doody

    Doody F1 Veteran

    Nov 16, 2001
    MA USA
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    Mr. Doody
    fwiw, when i must park my car outside in the sun, i just crack the windows and put the factory andrea cover on it.

  5. Verell

    Verell F1 Veteran
    Consultant Owner

    May 5, 2001
    Groton, MA
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    Verell Boaen
    I bought a 'Jumbo' sized red windshield cover at AutoZone.
    The took a sheet of red ruby mover's paper & made a pattern of my windshield. Removed the binding from the cover, trimmed it to fit the pattern.

    I then sewed the binding onto the now custom fitting cover while watching the F1 races. Don't recommend that, it's real easy to put a needle into your finger whenever Schumaker trys a tight inside pass on a curve(DUH).

    Guess I could pick up an adhesive F* logo or cavalino & stick on the center of it.

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