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I will be leaving Florida in a few months to relocate north where there is this weird cold white stuff that falls from the sky covers the ground in the winter. LOL
All jokes aside, I am concerned about my stang rusting away from the snow and the salt they put on the roads. I hear there is a coating that some auto body shops can spray on your undercarriage to protect it from corrosion. Has anyone tried this or is familiar with this?
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If I were concerned about it I would probably use por15 on it, its pretty cool stuff but really anything is just going to delay your car rusting. Buy a winter beater if you really don't want your car to rust...
Not everywhere salts the roads, up in the northwest rust is not an issue. Are you sure they salt the roads where your headed?
Buy a cheap fwd winter beater. Only way around it.
306 with all bolt ons, letter cam, ported E7's, T5 swap, full exhaust, 3:55's, 2" drop, and the worst paint you'll ever see or feel.
Dyno'd 300/316, 2745lbs-track scale
Best ET………12.4@108, 1.66 60ft on 8" ET Drags.
24 mpg (combined)
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