Man Keeps BMW E30 M3 and Golf GTI In His House To Protect From Hurricane

We’ve shown you all kinds of ways that owners have protected their cars from bad weather conditions. But we’ve never actually seen someone bring their actual car into their house to save them.

Randy Jalil, the owner of not just one car, but both a BMW E30 M3 and an ’84 Golf GTI, brought them both into his house to protect them from hurricane Dorian. Apparently, this wasn’t the first time he’s done this. Three years ago he brought his M3 into his house to save it from hurricane Matthew. Not only did this work, but I’d be tempted to have these cars as permanent fixtures in my lounge. They’re just so pretty.

If you’re wondering why he didn’t just store them in his garage, the reasoning behind this was the fact that his garage was already full, being home to his girlfriend’s Chevrolet Malibu and brother’s Toyota Corolla. Yeah, I’m not sure why the M3 hasn’t got pride of place in the garage, either, but that’s a whole different story.

What extend would you go to to hide your cars from the assault of a hurricane? Let us know in the comments.

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