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Winterizing your Classic Car

For much of the country, winter is just around the corner.  This means the snow will fall, rain will turn to ice and salt will be spread all over the roads. This is certainly no place for your classic car, so if you're in the north like us, you'll have to get your pride and joy ready for hibernation.  In this video we offer some tips on how best to prepare your car so there are no surprises when you pull the cover off in the spring:

Jeff Walker

About Jeff Walker

Jeff Walker is a Classic Car Insurance Specialist and financial services professional; As the son of a Drag-Racer and auto restorer, he was born with a wrench in his hand and learned the trade at an early age. His specialty is 60’s and 70’s American Muscle but his mechanical ability has afforded him the opportunity to work on all types of cars from Alfa-Romeos to Gullwings and everything in-between. Jeff is also a motorcycle fanatic and maintains his own stable of classic & collectible bikes. He is happiest when a car or motorcycle project is underway in his garage.

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Excellent video. Keeping a

Excellent video. Keeping a list of steps taken is an awesome idea. It's too easy to forget something in the thrill of that first warm spring day ...

Great job on the video, guys!

Great job on the video, guys! You had a bunch of tips there that I had never thought if.

Love that Chevelle!

And the mouse thing: I had one chew through a leather piece between the engine bay and the cabin of a Ferrari 512BB once....then died on the passenger seat (served him right!)

Also helped a friend get an old Blazer running after about a year of sitting, and after about 30 seconds of running it blasted a mouse and about a pint of what probably used to be seat foam out the tailpipe. The mouse looked surprised....eventually crawled off.

well done, fellas.

well done, fellas.

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