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    Preserve a car like this to keep fresh ??

    Anyone could tell me what this garage iz?
    How to make this?
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    ?????
    I want to die in my sleep like my Grandma, not screaming like the other 3 people in her car.

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    babow

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiabloVT View Post
    babow
    What's babow?

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    Carcoon ( or a copy )

    I use an external one for the A610.
    To "make" you need to be able to seamweld vinyl and stitch in large industrial zips.
    Welcome to Carcoon Storage Systems the future of car storage and protection and buy one
    "A woman without curves is like a road without bends, you might get to your destination quicker but the ride is boring as hell'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matra et Alpine View Post
    Carcoon ( or a copy )

    I use an external one for the A610.
    To "make" you need to be able to seamweld vinyl and stitch in large industrial zips.
    Welcome to Carcoon Storage Systems the future of car storage and protection and buy one
    How much of a farce are they to use, Matra? I see they do a bike one, which at £200, sounds pretty fair...

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    The Carcoon's are fine.
    The only drawback is that you have to pull the cover over, zip it and then inflate. So it can make it a real pain to do on your own.
    Others do similar with a frame ... but because of Carcoon's patent none of them were able to do the air circulation !

    THAT makes a big difference. I can put the car in wet and within a couple of hours it's dried out

    It's too much hassle for storing "normal" car/bike I'd say. But if storing for long periods it's a real winner.
    "A woman without curves is like a road without bends, you might get to your destination quicker but the ride is boring as hell'

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    it's waste to store a car

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    Thanks Matra-et-Alpine for your useful respondence.

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    If you have very strong lungs a condom may be able to replace this said carcoon.

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