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Old 10-28-2011, 03:52 PM   #1
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Storing the mustang

Hey I was just wounding, I Dnt have a garage and the new England winters get pretty bad, you think it's ok if I just leave it in the back of my driveway covered all winter(not driven when sand or salt is on the road) and take it out in the spring or should I rent a garage? Basically is there any dangers in leaving it under a cover all winter for 3 or so months?
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U can leave it under the cover but be sure to start it up and get warm about every weekend
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its not good to just start it ,you need to drive it and get it up to operating temps ....
its better to just leave it parked , i put mine in my friends barn every winter and she just sits under a cover ,no probs
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I didn't say drive it bc I just assumed there would be too much snow to drive it, but like he said, if possible, drive it about once a weekend
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its not good to just start it ,you need to drive it and get it up to operating temps ....
its better to just leave it parked , i put mine in my friends barn every winter and she just sits under a cover ,no probs
Your friend just sits under a cover the whole weekend?!?! Jkjk
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Your friend just sits under a cover the whole weekend?!?! Jkjk
LOL, NICE
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Yea thanks guys I'll prob do just that
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