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    Inflatable Race Garages

    http://www.racegarages.com/

    Anyone heard of/used these kinda things at the races? The 20x10 model folds up into a 24x36inch space to put in your van.
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    A little steep for me... but dang... the cool factor would be off the charts!

    Don't know about being physically cool in the summer though, or how they'd hold up to the south winds at Cresson, but still... I'd certainly share a spot with you if you get one. ;)

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    Think of the possibilities!!!

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    Sean has a lifetime of experience with inflatables
    Better Dead than Red

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    Quote Originally Posted by dean webster View Post
    Sean has a lifetime of experience with inflatables
    2-door or 3-door models?
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    I've seen them at a few pro events. Nice stuff but very susceptible to wind. And very expensive. You can buy a lot of EZups for the price of one of these things.
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