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b00mingranny
    
Storing my Nova for the winter. What should I do to prepare?
I need to store my 74 Nova away for the winter and I was wondering what I should do to prep the car for storage. Thanks for your advice.
posted: October 2, 2008
 
    
 
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witchywoman
    
There are several things that you can do to assure that your car is safe from the elements while storing. Here are a few tips and is no way a complete list.

Cover the ends of the exhaust to prevent rodents or critters from making a home in the exhaust. Change the engine oil and oil filter. Drain and flush the radiator and then refill with new antifreeze. Clean the inside of the car, wax the paint and chrome, cover the car with a car cover or soft blankets. And if you want, you can put the car on jacks just high enough so the tires do not touch the ground.
posted:  October 2, 2008
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