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ShowCase Owner Mike Guy Says His ShowCase is Definitely a Showpiece

Q: How long have has your ShowCase been in service? A: I have had it for about two monthsQ: What vehicle is in the ShowCase? A: A 2015 Corvette Z06Q: How did you hear about CarCapsule? A: A friend was telling me he heard about a “car bubble”. So, I Googled that and found the CarCapsule website. Originally, I [...]

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Stone Chips are the Pits! How to Install Protective Paint Film Yourself!

Protect the finish on your car hood and mirrors from flying road debris with paint protection film. With a little practice you can apply it yourself and save hundreds of dollars. The low-slung hoods and aerodynamic side mirrors on new cars are extremely vulnerable to paint chips from flying road debris. To protect the paint, dealers apply a thin, clear, [...]

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Tucking in Your Vehicle for a Long Winter's Nap - How to Properly Store your Car or Truck for the Winter

Before your car or truck goes into storage for the winter, you need to prepare it, and this involves more than just apologizing that you won't be spending any time together for the next few months. Steps need to be taken to be sure it stays safe and sound during its hibernation. The CarCapsule and ShowCase do their part [...]

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Bob Batz Was Tired of Fine Scratches Caused by Car Covers. CarCapsule Solved his Problem

 After several years of using high priced car covers on my collection of show and performance cars and pickups, I noticed those covers regardless of softness of the material left very fine scratches in the paint. As a result, I began looking for a better alternative and came across the Car Capsule. In addition to having a [...]

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CarCapsule Handles Bob Potter's Precipitation Situation

  Let me give you a quick scenario of how the three day car show went at the Shepherd of the Hills super summer cruise. I took my car and the car capsule out Thursday morning and set up on the grounds near the inspiration tower. When I first pulled up I placed the car capsule on the ground [...]

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New and Improved Fans!

CarCapsule and ShowCase fans have evolved to include a stainless steel housing that provides a more secure plug in for the transformer, and also hides wiring for a much better appearance. Additionally, the fan guard is now made of PVC - so it won’t rust or corrode. Great for use in salt air environments!

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Here Comes the Judge! - Guy Larsen Gives Us Inside Information on Bloomington Gold Award Judging

CarCapsule regularly displays at Bloomington Gold events, and we are intrigued by the judging standards used and certifications awarded at the event. Curious about how it all works, we spoke with Guy Larsen, Bloomington Gold Owner and President, to get the inside scoop on Bloomington Gold Award judging. Q: What is your title at Bloomington Gold? A: I am [...]

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Dave Ceriotti was Worried Condensation Would Cause Rust - With ShowCase He Doesn’t Sweat It!

 Q: How long have has your CarCapsule been in service? A: About one month Q: Which model is it? A: It’s the ShowCaseQ: What vehicle is in the capsule? A: It’s a 1969 Dodge Charger with a 440 and automatic. I bought it from a guy in Canada who had restored it, and also provided an album that documented the restoration. Before he [...]

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Marketing Tip - Maximize Your CarCapsule and ShowCase Sales with Onsite Demonstration

For those reselling CarCapsule products, displaying at classic car and motorcycle shows, trade shows, and other automotive and motorcycle events is a very effective way to sell product. Those attending these events are CarCapsule’s target market; many own classic, specialty and other enthusiast vehicles for which they want the best protection. As a CarCapsule reseller, you can demonstrate a solution [...]

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There is a Fungus Among Us - How to Avoid and Erradicate Mildew in Your Automobile

What is Mildew?Mildew is a type of mold, and is defined as a thin, superficial, usually whitish growth consisting of minute hyphae (fungal filaments).Mildew spores exist everywhere; however, they will not grow and spread unless certain conditions are met. Generally, the following conditions contribute to mildew growth: Mildew thrives on organic materials such as paper, leather, natural fibers, or surfaces coated [...]

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