Started by 13912, October 14, 2015, 02:19:56 AM
Quote from: 55 cadi on October 14, 2015, 06:44:17 PMThere is one cover I didn't see anyone mention.Look up "Car Capsule" and " Carcoon" it is a "bubble" lay it down, drive car on it, and seal and blow it up with air......nothing touching car or rubbing, and from talking to a couple people it is strong enough to be in the rain outside without affecting it.In storage it keeps dust, rodents, bugs out and outside protects from bird droppings, rain "acid", dust, blowing sand, but no was not told of if good for snow.Google it. there are a couple out there. About $375 to $475 I have seen. One says indoor, but have seen and heard of using outside.Hope that helps.Jason
Quote from: 55 cadi on October 16, 2015, 09:47:29 AMI've lived in Southern California most of my life and gotta say that storage facilities there are very expensive and too much for long term storage for a car. About $80-$150 minimum a month and more. You either pay about $1000 for temp storage or $500 for bubble storage at your location and to be used for years, even indoor protection then.......And the "El NiÃ±o" when in California is not that bad, just a little more rain than usual, nothing like a hurricane or tropical storm. Last big El NiÃ±o was in 97'/ 98' and that bubble cover would have been fine.So I would still consider the bubble, even for outdoor use.I miss that Cali weather!
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