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John ED Renstrom 01-02-2018 07:58 PM

the 72 will be a snug fit but will go over the car. I'm using one on the 67 and find it a longer nose then the newer car. that means you can't pull it all the way down. the measurements they need as simple. it just takes two people to do them and about 15 minuets

Blake Sherwin 01-03-2018 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by John ED Renstrom (Post 841923115)
the 72 will be a snug fit but will go over the car. I'm using one on the 67 and find it a longer nose then the newer car. that means you can't pull it all the way down. the measurements they need as simple. it just takes two people to do them and about 15 minuets

Yeah I was measuring all alone and found it very difficult. 2 people would have made it easier, and probably more accurate

Stephen Campbell 01-08-2018 09:05 AM

I just received and installed my new cover for the 2002 Meteor, Mercury Grand Marquis. I ordered it thru eBay and the seller was Cover Shield. I ordered the 24' 7L Executive cover, $94.95 as I had purchased covers before and they were always too short, most of our other hearses were Cadillacs and taller. This cover is great, looks to be UV resistant, the cheap covers sun rot, and water resistant. Again it is a nice cover, but order the correct size, 24" is too big for the Meteor, as Glenda says better too big than too small, that what she says about everything. It is heavy and comes shipping free in a vacuum pack, thaw it before unfolding. Would highly recommend.


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