too bad rust can’t be stopped by going for car washes every week. parking in a garage does indeed make things worse for us winter drivers, sadly
Fluid Film may stop that. It’s sheep oil which turns gelatinous once sprayed on a car. I sprayed my Suburban extensively with it (inside doors and rocker panels too) but I’m not done yet. I bought the 5 gallon bucket, it was the most economical that way.
What if it’s a big coupe like a Dodge Challenger that can actually fit adults in the rear seats?
For the coupe vs. two-door sedan designation, I’ve always thought it was down to whether or not the rear seats were meant to be occupied for any real length of time; if they’re not (or not there at all) then it’s a coupe, if they are, then it’s a sedan.
Your Dad’s Van may have rusted out BECAUSE it was parked inside. The idea is Snow + Anti-ice concoction + Warming Up in Garage = Rust.
BMW insisting a four-door is a coupe…
Oh. Now I wonder how the Crosstrek compares to the Outback?
It’s too bad America can’t appreciate wagons like Europe.
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