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Thread: Long Term Vehicle Appearance Upkeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    Hmac, that is a beautiful car.
    Thanks. It's a blast to drive. Except in the winter in Minnesota - it's not even drivable on snowy roads. It gets parked at the first snowflake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKDoug View Post
    I love this forum. It points out the broad range of living conditions we Americans inhabit. I honestly have not washed my truck in three years. I take the hotsy to it and knock off the salt and sand from underneath, but other than that it's a waste of time. 6 months out of the year we have road conditions and weather that make washing a waste of time, the other 6 months we are too busy fishing or hunting to take the time .
    LOL! I miss the 4 Seasons in Fairbanks:

    1. Breakup
    2. Fishing Season
    3. Hunting Season
    4. Snowmachine Season

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    Seriously y'all, thank you very much for your inputs. I've got some research to do. I've got some decent products I can use until I figure out, including some decent carbuna wax, but the nanotech stuff is interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmac View Post
    Thanks. It's a blast to drive. Except in the winter in Minnesota - it's not even drivable on snowy roads. It gets parked at the first snowflake.
    That's what the Tahoe is for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    That's what the Tahoe is for.
    Yup. In the summer, my 3/4 ton Sierra occupies the Z’s space in the storage garage.

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    An enclosed garage goes a long way in preserving your vehicle.
    I gave a 2001 Dodge 250 4x4, diesel that looks as good as new,
    when it's not pulling a trailer it sets in the garage, we also don't
    salt the roads in winter.
    My 14 Tacoma is the daily driver.
    Last edited by lowprone; 12-05-18 at 13:24.

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