I would be reluctant to park it for several months with a full tank as the
fuel "goes off".
I would try for less than 1/4 tank and put fresh in it when I want it out
Some wartime lay ups recommended lifting the weight off the tyres also. But
it would be best stored in a well ventilated area to prevent moisture.
I am very surprised at the lack of adequate car accommodation that many in
the USA put up with.
My present accommodations have undercover parking for only two cars but I
really need at least two more spaces and room for my workshop.
Guess I will have to build the "Aussie Shed"
If I was living in an area where I couldn't use my favourite car for half
the year ,..... I would relocate :-))
Our winter is the best time for using our cars over here as the weather is a
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 12:49 PM
Subject: Storage tips?
> How do you guys/gals prepare your Alpines for winter storage?
> I know all the advice that's out there about "oil fogging", stal-bil and
> like, but I don't do anything special (other than putting in a full tank
> fuel) and just park mine in my trailer. I go out and charge the battery
> April, crank and choke the thing and it always fires up.