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As many of us are putting 'em away, over the years we may have developed some real preferences for how to do it.

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Exterior Clean up
Fresh Oil Change, fuel tank full of 91/93 + stabilizer
tires inflated to 40psi
armor all felt mat under the car
car off the ground on race ramps
battery tender hooked up
leather seats conditioned
tires greased up on both sides
lock it up
breathable multilayer car cover applied
 

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Wow! That's pretty thorough.

Is your car stored outdoors or indoors?

I am guessing by your description that the location is not heated.
 

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I posted this one time apparently in the wrong place.:rolleyes:
Any way,
Oil change.
Complete Detail wash and wax.
Tire protection.
Battery protection.
And a clean garage.

Done and waiting for spring:)
Larry




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I just open and close the garage door out here. Vegas luckily doesn't get snow too often so I am lucky. :)
 
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Don't forget to put (1) dryer sheets inside, under hood, in trunk & (2) plug those exhaust tips w/ tinfoil. Don't give those nasty critters (e.g. mice) a place to bunker down f/ winter. :D
 
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Don't forget to put (1) dryer sheets inside, under hood, in trunk & (2) plug those exhaust tips w/ tinfoil. Don't give those nasty critters (e.g. mice) a place to bunker down f/ winter. :D
SPEAKING OF CRITTERS! ... Every year I like to review my little trick for knowing if YOU HAVE CRITTERS (rodents) in your garage or anywhere really. I call it the Almond Trick. Place ONE almond on the floor, in your garage for example, in an out-of-the-way location where you will see it frequently. Just watch it. If it remains in place, you can safely assume that you have no rodents in your garage. If it disappears, it is time for the TRAP ATTACK.
 
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