Having grown up in Kansas City, and spending a year (a bad one according
to the locals) in Kingston, NY, I can say, yes!
Missouri gets a lot of freezing rain and ice storms. Plus snow.
I'll stick with Minnesota, much less ice. Unfortunately, the 'B is
tucked snug in the garage and my now infamous Mazda sits in the
elements, now without complaining. :-)
Dan DiBiase wrote:
> Monte, don't tell me you're not planning on driving it this winter! I
> solved my winter storage problems by NOT putting the '76 B in winter
> storage. Basically, I make sure the tank stays above 1/2 full, disconnect
> the battery, and drive it any day I can... As long as the roads aren't
> wet, I'll take it out - hood down, of course... Are Missouri winters worse
> than NJ winters?
> --- MonteMorris <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I've covered the 67B (that's in an unheated Missouri garage with a
>>floor) with a plastic tarp for the winter.
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