We sold our '73 Brave a year ago, but the new owner forgot the cover when she drove off, and then she never responded when we texted we'd ship it. So, if anyone wants this, it's free (if you pay for shipping or pick it up in Nyack, New York). We bought it for about $350, I believe. So, it's $350 off!

It was used for two winters, & is still is great shape. Seems pretty indestructable. It comes with more straps than I could ever imagine using. Half of them were never even unrolled.

Budge "Premier Class" Class A RV cover. Here's the description from the site:

  • Gray in color
  • Made from a 300 Denier Polyester material
  • 100% Waterproof with added DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating
  • Full height zippered panels for complete access
  • Unique adjustable design for a tight and secure fit
  • Taped seams for superior moisture protection
  • Buckle System for securing the cover tight
  • Elasticized bottom corners for fast and easy fitting
  • Air vent to prevent billowing
  • Included: FREE Storage bag

"Our Premier Class A RV cover is made out of a long-lasting 300 Denier Polyester material. The Premier is our top of line the RV cover and will provide all-weather protection for your vehicle.

Cover is 100% waterproof with an added DWR coating for ultimate water protection. Cover is also manufactured with taped seams to ensure that no moisture penetrates through to your RV.

The Premier has full height zippered panels that allow complete access to your RV while it is covered. Air vents are strategically located on the top of the cover to prevent air billowing.

This cover has a unique and adjustable design to ensure a tight fit. Cover includes a buckle system for extra security and elasticized bottom corners for fast and easy fitting."

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Hi, I would like to get this from you if you still have it. Would you be able to ship it? I will pay for shipping of coarse.  My email is fst_ws6@yahoo.com

Thank you,

Mike Z

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