Reviewed By Shelly F (SHERIDAN, AR) Reviewed for a 1998 BMW Z3 —7/6/2017 7:20 AM
This cover is very easy for one person to install. The quality seems good, so far and you can't beat the price.
Reviewed By Kerani K (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO) Reviewed for a 1998 BMW Z3 —9/8/2014 9:55 PM
Fits like a glove minus the fact it didn't come with an antenna hole. Luckily my guy figure out how to make it work. Blew off in the first major storm so that's unfortunate. But shipping was fine and would maybe not purchase again for the sole purpose of it lacking an antenna hole. But really fits and car nice
Reviewed By maynard g (Manassas, VA) Reviewed for a 1998 BMW Z3 —6/9/2012 3:03 PM
Over all good quality except the loose ends of the stitching is unraveling. This type of stitch will continue to unravel if a thread is pulled. I covered the loose threads with clear finger nail polish to stop the unraveling. As for the tie downs, I used the canvas clips (bought 4 more) and attached them in front of and behind each wheel and used a bungee cord around each wheel for 8 attachment points. I have also experimented with the tarp tie down cords purchased at W--M--t. Attach an "S" hook to each cord. They work quite well and may be easier to install. These have a ball and stretch cord. Place the 8 tie down clips as in the above illustration but closer together. (You'll have to experiment for the distance apart) Place the ball behind the tire at the ground and stretch around the tire to the outside and attach to the clip. Two cords per wheel and crossed on the outside gives you a total of 8 attachment points.