Well, it's black Friday, and whatever the calendar may say, it's full-on winter across North America from here on out until Easter. For most of us with older Corvettes, that means the cars are decommissioned until spring, tucked safely into our garages and workshops. It's tempting to think that once parked, your Corvette won't change over the winter, but that's just not true. Lots of bad things can happen to your car when it's in storage.
But Corvette Central has some good tips for how to properly store your car and keep it protected from winter's ravages. Follow these tips and you'll find your Corvette (or any car) in good shape when the Spring thaw comes around.