I know some on here run their cars all year round, but my 310R is currently SORN until March so it can avoid the salt:
It's less than a year old, and has only covered 1,300 miles, so there's not much that needed doing before I tucked it up for the winter.
All I did was:
- Cleaned it to within an inch of its life (including treating the seats with Gtechniq L1 and the paint with Gtechniq C2)
- Touched up a couple of small stone chips on the chassis with Hammerite Smooth Satin
- Wiped all the accessible chassis members with ACF50 and painted ACF50 into the grot traps
- Overinflated the tyres
It's now under the cover with a full tank of fuel, the engine cut-off switch removed and the handbrake off.
Did I miss anything?
What do others do to theirs when they take theirs off the road for the winter?