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    I need a rainproof cover for my M3. Any suggestions?
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    covercraft, griots, california car cover...:peekaboo:


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      www.bavauto.com

      You should do a "search" as there was alot of discussion about car covers not too long ago.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by tcheb View Post
        I need a rainproof cover for my M3. Any suggestions?
        I have always been skeptical with car covers, so I first try inexpensive ones to see if it works...

        http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...uct_id=4545196

        $30+

        With over 71++++ reviews, before I buy stuff I check customer reviews first...and they're right, it works for me, fully rain proof breathable cover, came with cable cord too to secure

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        • #5
          that Walmart thing looks good to me. I don't see a reason to spend 300$+ on a car cover. And I especially don't want an OEM or fancy one. The cheaper it looks the less people will be curious to look under it.
          1988 BMW 325ix Touring (imported form Poland)
          1984 Audi Ur Quattro (imported from Canada)
          1976 Audi 80 GL (project)

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