<VV> mice and corvairs

Mike Jacobi mvjacobi at comcast.net
Thu Aug 12 10:08:58 EDT 2010

One each "cat, alley, dog compatible-hungry", "barn or garage type".  These
are a one size fits all and are "internally regulated "


Mike in Michigan

On 8/12/10 9:38 AM, "Ray "Grymm" Rodriguez" <vairguy at echoes.net> wrote:

> My 2 cents on the subject is that mice can get into ANYTHING that isnt
> airtight!  Don't fool yourself, they can get into every part of your car early
> or late well maintained or not!  I was interested to hear they have been found
> in combustion chambers... I was thinking the other night about the fact that
> they might be able to squeeze in through the open valves.  Now I'm wondering
> if there were mice in the chambers of the 63' and if so if their remains did
> any damage now that I've run it.... the car sat in a barn for 27 years and
> there were mice in every other part of it!
> So while we are on this subject I have seen at least one mouse in my garage
> late at night but I have two small dogs who are often around the shop so I
> have to be careful of anything that can harm them...  what options are
> available to me to protect my cars from mice moving in?
> The only thing I know I can use safely is mouse traps, I'm hoping for a "low
> maintenance" solution I won't have to constantly be checking and re-arming or
> re-baiting.  
> Ray "Grymm" Rodriguez III
> Lake Ariel, PA
> CORSA member
> 66' Corsa 140/4 coupe
> 65' Corsa 140/4 coupe (under construction and almost done!)
> 63' Monza PG coupe (almost done!)
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