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Well, this weekend was Mustang weekend...after almost 7 months covered up in the garage, she started right up. No spitting or sputtering, just as if I drove it last week.

What a great sound, after 7 months of listening to the Maxima. I am thinking about selling the Maxima and buying a 2000 Mustang Coupe. Actually more than thinking about it, it's just a matter of when I put the Maxima on the want ads, and when my wife stops rolling her eyes...

JJ
69 Fastback 302 2v 3sp. trans.
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Good for you Jeff! With the weather this past weekend you must have been having a grand-ole time.
How do you prep the car for winter storage? Whatever you're doing seems to be working. Is the
garage heated?

Another 4 weeks or so and I'll have Dees67 back together. Then I'll be able to join in the fun. Got the
shocks/springs/sway bar installed this weekend, along with the new cam, crank and 8 new slugs. It's
getting there...



Rich
'67 C-code 'vert (Dees67)
'69 GT Project car - For Sale
Milford, NH
 

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I just take the battery out and bring it inside, put some dry gas in the tank about 3 weeks before I plan to get it out. My garage isn't heated, but it's attached to the house and does not get too too cold in there.

We'll have to meet up somewhere one of these days...

JJ
69 Fastback 302 2v 3sp. trans.
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