At least get inside and pump the brake pedal 20 or 30 times every couple weeks. I would also defiantly top off the fuel tank. This will help keep moister out of the tank and also if the bladder is still inside keeps it from collapsing. The hardest thing on an older car is to just let it sit for any period of time.
hello, beecher thanks for tip on the 2x4s / plastic .. i live by the race track , mike from creteHey Crete, Beecher here! I let mine sit without starting all winter, usually about 4 months. I do pump the brakes periodically. A dry storage area is desirable and the plastic under the car is a good idea. An extra tip is to slip about 10 2X4s under the plastic to create an air space. Mike
yes i think its by dq and northwoods close to 394 did you go . i had some stuff to get done around house .i no a guy also in the footprint its nice out there..Hey Mike from Crete, I'm over in the third airport footprint. Not too many members down this way. On ANY of the forums. Know anything about that Crete car show (I think) tomorrow? Mike from Beecher
i don't know where you are located geographically, but i have always found there are enough really nice winter days that you can safely take the car out for a decent ride from time to time .