Fuel tank care? Winterization
First of all -- Happy Veteran's Day and Thank YOU, to every Vet!
Tried a search (for the record) w/o success so, here goes:
Through no choice of my own, I am going to have to park my '66 for at least 3-4 months this winter (can't / won't drive if there is even a chance of roadsalt, anyway).
I have been running her just fine on the highest octane gas I can buy at the pump, without any fuel (lead) 'additive'; however; there is still obviously ethanol in what I have been using.
How do you store ('winterize') your car / fuel system long term?
A buddy suggested an approriate amount of Marine Formula STA-BIL which is what I use on small engines with success but, this is an ALL ORIGINAL 389 tri-power. I am not exxagerating when I say ALL original, either and therefore; I don't want to take any stupid chances . . .
Thanks in advance, this forum and the expertise of the members really does rock!