I drive the TR3 any chance I get in cold weather. Usually, I draw the line
at about 30 - 35 degrees F. IF the roads are dry and salt free. I don't go
on long jaunts, but love slower drives for a half hour or so.I zip the tonneau
around me, turn on the heater and drive. It is no colder than a winter run
or certainly skiing. I would love to have an old tonneau to cut out a section
for the driver and leave the part above the driver's side door - the left arm
is all that gets really cold -besides the back of your neck.
My daughter refuses to ride with me if I put on the leather helmet and goggles
- but they really do work. Just be careful of the long scarf if you have wires
- no Isadora Duncan replays allowed!
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