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Old 12-22-2005, 12:09 PM   #1
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help with withdrawls

i need help guys my stang has been in storage for a little over a month a there still like 4 months untill i can get it out. what can i do. I am also not working right now so all i do is play on the computer and look at the pick on my desktop
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get a job
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buy a cheap snowmobile and fabricate a turbo set up for it.
that should take up some time.
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Feed my Mexican food habit :whistle:
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Storage...man I don't miss that. I can feel your pain as I would have to store my car from october through the beginning of may....it really sucks.

My suggestion, move south. Beed driving top down for the last few days...and it will only get better this weekend when we hit the 70s.

Other than that, get a snow mobile...I hear they are great fun and you can get your speed rush from it.
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go to the storage place and "check up" on the car. Clean it and what not. What all did you do to prep it for winter other than parking it?
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go to the storage place and "check up" on the car. Clean it and what not. What all did you do to prep it for winter other than parking it?
and by "check up" he means make sweet love to it
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didnt do much changed the oil filled the tank.
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gas goes bad pretty quick FYI
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Sta-bil....very much recommended for extended storage. I used it every year. If you think about it, pick up a bottle and add it to your tank.

Did you unhook the battery? If not, you can go down, put the sta-bil in there...let the car run for about 5 minutes to get it through the whole system....then unhook the battery too.
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MY car sat for 4 1/2 months without being started once. It started right back up, detonation and all!
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yeah i picked up some just havent got it over there to put it in. as for the battery the guy who owns the gaurge is starting it and letting it run for a .5 hour every month
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yeah i picked up some just havent got it over there to put it in. as for the battery the guy who owns the gaurge is starting it and letting it run for a .5 hour every month
That will definitely help. That's what I did the first year I stored my GT. The cobra I unhooked everything and didn't touch it until I took it out. I didn't want to go see it in storage as it would just make the withdrawals that much worse.
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even tho my car is still being driven this winter my best advice has to be the snowmobile, nothing like flying down trails or country roads at a buck 15 with nobody around
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sold the snowmobile to pay for the mustang
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play WoW haha.
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Re: help with withdrawls

I am having withdrawals too, mine is sitting in my driveway under a cover. I cant drive it cuz I have s spun rod bearing. So untill I get the money to get a new forged motor, there it will stay.
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