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87. Now you See it…

08/12/2013

Before…

Safely stored alongside Rick and David's aircraft

Safely stored alongside Rick and David’s aircraft…

And After.

... even safer, stored in its Carcoon, which should keep the rust at bay.

… even safer, stored in its Carcoon, which should keep the rust at bay.

To try and limit the depradations of Mother Nature, we’ve invested  in a Carcoon, an essential item of equipment for all those looking after precious machinery. A couple of low-powered fans draw air through carbon filters and keep your precious metal dry and free from rust.

Mostly used for cars, we’ve ordered one that’s taller than standard, which is big enough to fit the aircraft complete with engine and propeller, with the wings removed and stored alongside , as it will be when it’s transported.

We’re very pleased with it.

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