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Old 12-03-2012, 11:26 AM
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Mein Auto: 2009 E93 N54
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Originally Posted by rdorman View Post
Clean well inside and out, wax, dress tires and seals around doors etc. Change oil, check all other fluids and antifreeze protection. Fill tires to max. Fill tank with fresh tank of gas and fuel stabilizer. Pull fuse/relay for fuel pump and run until it dies. Put desiccant bags inside. Stuff steel wool into tailpipes and air intake (if possible). Pull battery and take it inside charging monthly or on a tender (there are benefits to leaving it in and doing this but it is outside after all). Check with your agent about maintenence insurance. Cover and done!

>AHEM<


Climate control. Temperature and humidity play a vital role re: corrosion and organic material longevity.

Let's not discount the advantages of a hermetically sealed, controlled environment!

What is does for wine, it does for fine machinery. Your vehicle can outlive you - I recommend you reflect that in your will or trust.

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