By Lizzy Buczak

How important is your car to you? Would you do ANYTHING to protect it from Hurricane Matthew?

This man did.

Instead of putting his BMW E30 M3 in the garage like a normal person, a Florida man decided to park it up in his LIVING ROOM.

Randy Jalil posted photos of his baby being kept safe inside his home during the wild storm.

“I’ve owned my E30 for about 8 years now and the last few years there was a spike in value with these cars. I wasn’t risking anything! This car is absolutely my pride and joy and I will own it for years to come. I currently daily drive the car and enjoy it as much as possible. Most people nowadays will keep them tucked away in their garage to keep the value up. Cars are meant to be driven and I will always live by that.

“It’s almost in a stock form but most people refer to it as OEM+. You can also say that I purchased the right home to be able to drive my car right in. Fortunately I don’t have a wife to tell me otherwise so the morning of prior to the storm I stuffed it right into my house. I felt my chances of having the car inside the home would prevent anything from happening. Luckily it worked out the way!”

#hurricanematthew #duringthestorm

A post shared by Randy (@jalilsup) on

The hurricane didn’t hit his neighborhood and both Randy and his car were safe and sound.



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