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    Help storing my car.....

    I rarely drive it now that i have my first junk daily driver. I live in the "High Desert" which in other words means the mojave desert and my garage during the summer is an oven!!! So what do all of you suggest that i do to store my car since I only drive it maybe once every 2-3 weeks.........thanks for the help~Chris
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    just keep the air circulating it will be fine

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    +1^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by joejenkinsglass View Post
    just keep the air circulating it will be fine
    +1 and keep the tank toped off with good gas each time your out

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    thanks for the help guys, where do you suggest i purchase a car cover from. DUST is a constant here , so i need something to keep the dust off of it.

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    get one of the bubble things, from my experience car covers are ok for protecting from sun but not really dust.

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    california car cover makes the best covers but thay can get pricey. i have there dust top for my ta and love it.hare is ther web sit www.calcarcover.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01 T/A View Post
    california car cover makes the best covers but thay can get pricey. i have there dust top for my ta and love it.hare is ther web sit www.calcarcover.com
    the dust top huh? yeh i actually have been to there website, and have seen the dust top but wasn't really sure how well it worked, any pix of the car cover while on the car?

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