<VV> "Will the Corvair kill you" thread, and winter storage comment
corvairduval at cox.net
Sun Nov 19 00:29:14 EST 2017
Go to youtube.com,
Type in the search box the words Corvair and Hagerty, the video link
will come upon the next page. That's how I keep going there to check up
on the misinformed guy.
Snow. Not yet here. I drove mine today to the parts store to get brake
pads for one of my daily drivers. Of course it sits out all year
anyway.... Not a "show" car, but goes to a lot of shows.....
I should try Stabil, as I do not drive the 66 when salt is around, so I
am usually taking the carbs apart to remove "stuff" in the spring.
On 11/18/2017 1:27 PM, Ed Thompson via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Likely user error on my end, but I get a "404" ("page does not exist")
> message when I click on the hyper link in the original message on this
> topic. I am a Hegarty insured.
> Ran my car this morning for about fifteen minutes, as light snow was
> falling, "drove" it back and forth a few feet. While running, I put in
> some Stabil, as light snow was falling. "Brick locked" the tires to insure
> no movement, parking brake not engaged. Took the spare tire out, will take
> the battery out tomorrow, nothing in the trunk or inside; wire mesh wad at
> the exhaust tip. Cover it up (from the 1978 CORSA Convention in San
> Diego), a fairly time consuming job given how tight I park it to two walls
> in the winter; I put it on jack stands years ago, but just too much of a
> job for me now, and pretty much not possible given its position in the
> garage. Keeps me happy knowing it will be waiting for me in the spring...
> '66 Monza sport sedan,110-glide
> Vair owner / enthusiast since August, 1966, continuous CORSA member since
> July, 1977
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