Winterizing Your Corvette

Corvette Snowplow
1993 40th Anniversary convertible owned by Arnie Adams, McAdam, New Brunswick

Unless you live in the deep south or southwest, it’s that time of year to put your Pride and Joy into hibernation. Putting your Corvette in the garage for a while does have some benefits: you can clean it well and check out the condition of the drivetrain. Leaving your Corvette in an unheated garage for months at a time without starting isn’t terrible, but leaving your Corvette for a year or more is when really bad things happen.