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Some more artsy shots... BTW make sure you keep the radiator air outlet cleared of snow, it can't be clogged up or you'll overheat. It's mentioned in the manual too.





 

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>>>you don't have a garage?<<<

Sadly, not at the moment. My old house had a 5 car garage, heated, humidity controlled and so forth. And with a full workshop. I miss it!
 

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Stan said:
>>>you don't have a garage?<<<

Sadly, not at the moment. My old house had a 5 car garage, heated, humidity controlled and so forth. And with a full workshop. I miss it!
:( I'd offer you my garage if I get to drive it. :D Poor little girl was probably shivering last night
 

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Wow, Stan-that picture screams out for a hard top...or at least a car cover. BTW-is autoX season over for you? I think it'd be funny to do one in the snow.

We have one more here, next Sunday at Atco stadium in Jersey.
 

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looks like a water pipe froze and ran through the ceiling in an unheated garage to me. I had a pipe freeze above my garage one time - collapsed all the ceiling dry wall into the garage - fortunately both cars were out at the time and it did not freeze - but **** happens....
 

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I think it looks pretty cool.
As long as it's not mine! :p Reminds me that I have to clean out my garage before the Elise arrives.

I like snow. But I'd rather drive a Subaru than a Lotus in winter weather. Especially if I can find an empty parking lot at night. :D

Jer: An auto-x on snow is a (winter) rally-x. Or if you're hardcore, I heard that the ice races they have on frozen lakes in Wisconsin are a blast.
 
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