Date: Wed, 08 Sep 2004 19:08:10 GMT
From: Bob <nopenospamlmakingupaddresses.com>
Subject: Re: winterizing saab 9-5


On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 21:00:18 +0200, Zweef∆ <zweefnospamemeel.nl> wrote: >In article <ad6809da.0409080928.45f1dcenospaming.google.com>, >ak990140nospamo.com says... >> I just bought a new old 9-5 (2001) in Montreal, Canada, where the >> winter is not so gentle. I am considering spraying the underside with >> a winter protectant -- standard protocol for winter rust-prrofing. Is >> it worth doing this? Or is the orginal rust proofing good enough? >> >Well, they build it in Sweden, so.... A lot of folks I know in Canada swear by oil treatments. However, they seem to do OK in New England and we don't do that sort of thing around here. YMMV.

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