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    PeteinMD
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    Car cover Question:

    My new to me 325i will be standing outside in hot, humid weather, or cold, windy sometimes snowy weather. Not ideal, but likely the only scenario for awhile.

    I've had several car covers in the past for other cars, and it seems that NOAH covers are supposed to be the current best for outdoors/varied conditions.

    Any thoughts on this?

    I've bought from Big Sky Car covers in the past (Montana) and have been satisfied with their service. Any other 'good' companies out there?

    Thanx for your time.

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    PeteinMD
    '00 M coupe
    '90 325i


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    Bill Riblett
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    Re: Car cover Question:

    The Noah covers are pretty good. There is another fabric, often called Weathershield, that is lighter and offers at least the same or better protection. It is lighter weight and dries out much faster. Of course, it costs more. Most seem to run in the $225 range.
    Bill
    2000CS, 2x 3.0CS, 2002ti, 320i, 325i, 633, 635

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