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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 17-11-2013, 08:31 Thread Starter
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car or small camper storage cacoons

has anyone tried these indoor storage tents to stop moisture if your classic car or camper is stored in a garage
where is the best place to buy and do they work
i saw one at the nec for about 400
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Hi Tissy.
I think you mean carcoon https://www.carcoon.com They also do one for motorbikes called the bike bubble. I have stored many different bikes in one for at least fifteen years. I think they are brilliant, and I'm sure the newer ones are even better. When I used to have Harleys I would clean and polish the bike and then put it in the bubble for winter. (soft summer rider) In spring I would unzip the cover and the bike would be as sparkly as when I had put it in. This is something else I keep meaning to put on ebay.
Hope this helps.
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My son has been in his present job 10 years his boss has had a restored E Type in one since before the lad started there, ive seen it i dont know whether its inflated or framed but the car is shiny not dusty or anything.
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