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Long-Term / Winter Storage Article Released


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Sep 16, 2000
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1990 Corvette ZR-1
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Can you believe it's already November? Where did 2001 go!? Unfortunately, for those of you who live in the colder climates, that dreaded time of year is coming quick....time to put the Vette up for winter hibernation.
Some owners are content with just throwing a cover over their Vette and tossing it in the garage. Others are confused about where to even begin. "Should I change the oil?" Should I drain the fuel tank or should I fill it?" "Do I have to put the car on blocks or take the wheels off and use jackstands?"

Well, we've got the perfect article for you! To help shed some light on the more controversial issues of long term storage, we spoke with engine and suspension experts in the field:  General Motors Powertrain Engineers and Guldstrand Motorsports.

If you're getting ready to put your Corvette away for the winter, check out our <a href="http://corvetteactioncenter.com/tech/storage.html">Long-Term / Winter Storage</a> article!

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