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Old 10-31-2003, 09:20 PM   #1
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I'll be putting the bonnie away for the winter next week,I will give her an oil change,got the krown rust proofing(always get it done once a year whether driving in the snow or not) done and clean interior and exterior.I will buy a car cover and tarp in the next couple of days ,now she gona be stored outside in the cold harsh winter on concrete are theyre any other things i should do to her before putting her away?
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helped thanks for the link,i actually posted on that one ,few more ideas wouldnt hurt though
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drive it down here to mn...ill take care of it...will drive it once a week...we dont get snow...lol...just playin....just make sure have it cold then start it then move it and shut it off so you dont get mice
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yea, keep distance between the snow and your car... go to a junk yard and find some steelie wheels and bald tires for it to sit on, then in the spring use them as your 'track slicks'(JOKING) lol
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what u gonna drive during the winter?
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Make sure you start it up every 2 weeks, and RUN THE AC.
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Oh, and you should transfer the title to someone. PM me, and I'll give you all the info...
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Don't you have a friend with a two car carage or a barn that you can keep it in?
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You guys are funny,first off I dont let ladies drive my bonnie Everyone i know with a 2 bay garage has atleast 2 if not 3 cars :( , Im driving a 92 honda civic,5 speed 35 horse and 15 Torque lb'* at the wheels The car is going to be stored on cement and the car will have a roof over its head ,but both ens are open so there will be a little snow coming in .
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