My recommendation was based on warming the car fully. Its possible to do anything poorly :grouphug:All that sounds fine, except the starting to let it warm up. Unless you drive several miles, more than 5 or 10, you will not warm the oil fully, and combustion products will build up. It's better not to start it at all, if you can't drive it long enough for a full warm up. We have the same discussion on the motorcycle forums, and I've personally seen the peanut-butter like stuff that forms in a crankcase from a too-short drive in cool weather.
Whoa, that would be great news!!!! I am hoping to keep mine on the road until maybe US Thanksgiving. Weather will dictate. Snow = road salt = Sol go sleepy.:willy:Thought I'd be doing winter prep soon, but maybe not. Out for lunch on Sunday a local pulled in driving his Shelby "continuation series" Cobra. When I mentioned the days of driving were numbered he told me the projection is for mid-50's through November.
Might just be leaving the insurance on the Sol for a little longer!