Here is Ohio you can go weeks, sometimes a month with out snow. Then
one day your at work,andboom totally unexpected snow storm. Just because
it'scold out doesn't mean real cars hibernate. Nothing wrong with
drivinga F-body in sub-zero weather. They have good heaters for a reason.
If I was going to drive a f-body during the winter months, I would
have a set of winter Snow & Ice rated tires on it. Just incase it did
snow, or I got ina parking lot where water pooled and froze.
This winter I plan to drive My S-10, andhave the T/A in the shop all
winter, offto the side of the lift. Next winter I plan to drive the T/A
when it's dry, and the S-10 when it's not. By next winter the S-10
should be sporting a 350, so I won't be saving any gas driving it.
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