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:flag: Last driver of the season. :flag:

Gave it a good wash, wax, interior detail and fuel stabilizer.

All that is left to be done is get it up on some blocks.

I already can't wait until spring.
 

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I know how you feel Joe - here's to global warming and an early spring! *L*
 

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It was supposed to snow this week, but all we got was cold rain, sprinkler system is blown out, getting ready for the winter mode.
 

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Yeah, I was going to suggest Texas...it's a very nice 83 degrees right now; not that I'm biased or anything. :biglaugh:

Certainly would not accuse you of being biased - Currently a balmy 48 with a light rain here.

You wouldn't be looking to adopt would you?
 

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:flag: Last driver of the season. :flag:

Gave it a good wash, wax, interior detail and fuel stabilizer.

All that is left to be done is get it up on some blocks.

I already can't wait until spring.
Make sure you go for a short run to dry out the underbody. If you just leave it parked for the winter after the wash, the dampness can get into the system.
 

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Move to Oklahoma. 75 degrees today. The SLK is one of my winter cars. It's got a hard top and a good heater and heated seats and airscarf, doesn't it? What snow we get can usually be handled without snow tires -- otherwise you'll have to park it for a couple of days. And we have winter days when you can drive top down.

And these are the only reasons I can think of for moving to Oklahoma.
 
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