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    winter driving

    I am just curious how many of you drive your bimmers in the winter. I am in Alberta and am thinking of parking mine for the winter to prevent rust and other nasties.

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    Mine sleep in the Garage, Audi Quattro for winter


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    same here! I cound not stand seeing her all dirty!

    and filled with salt in all the crevices! (sp?)Best way to describe the e30:
    "...like that hot girl who doesnt dress like a slut, u know shes hot, yet
    shows just enough to make it known."
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    OTHO

    I also live in Alberta...I know the winter is long, and I would hate to go 6 months without driving my e24. Slap on some decent winter tires and it is great in the snow and ice...wash it regularly and have it checked every year for rust.

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    I drove mine in the winter and I\'m in Calgary

    I have a E30 318i before and I'm now driving a E46 325iT. I drive both in the winter with winter tires on steel rims.

    Unless you have a really exotic/hard to find models like a M1, a Z8, or a Z1 (or may be even the E24 M6), I don't see why you don't want to enjoy your excellent ride in the winter. It can be fun! It is a car and is meant to be driven.

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    E28 Calgary

    i drive my '86 E28 through winter in calgary, i just throw on my all seasons. they can be a little tailhappy. my heater went last fall though so that was'nt the warmest experience. go flames go!

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