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Car cover

Post by beemingallover » Wed 19 Oct, 2016 15:41

Can anybody recommend a good quality outdoor car cover?

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  Z3 roadster 1.9
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Re: Car cover

Post by Bowler » Wed 19 Oct, 2016 17:00

Just replaced my existing cover with a stormforce from "Justroadster" not cheap at £141 but the fit and quality is a major upgrade on the old one.
In love with driving again (its the Z effect)

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  Z3 roadster 1.9
Location: Wilmslow

Re: Car cover

Post by Simon59 » Thu 20 Oct, 2016 16:44

I also bought a Stormforce cover last November and I've been very pleased with it. Expensive I agree (and I paid £3 more than you Bowler!) but a good long term purchase in my view.

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  Z3 roadster 3.0i
Location: Waterlooville, Hampshire

Re: Car cover

Post by Olly2012 » Sat 24 Feb, 2018 09:13

Hi. I am looking for a good all round outdoor cover for my z3 (the bmw z3 cover I have has left my bonnet scratched) and the Storm Car Covers website ( ... ons-advice) suggests to me that the Stormforce cover isn't recommended for temperatures below 21 degrees which seems a bit nuts. I've looked at the Hamilton website but concerned reports by forum members that point to the car sweating. I wonder if anyone had any recent experience of either or the Halfords alternative?

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Re: Car cover

Post by Paulro » Tue 27 Feb, 2018 21:05

I have a classic additions ultimate cover.
I bought it 2nd hand for £50. £200 new.
It had been on an Audi A3 and fits my coupe really well.
The car is carbon black. I’ve never had a black car, lots of marks when I take off the cover.

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