Warm days and cool nights may make for perfect “sleeping weather” for human beings, but not necessarily so for classic cars. If your classic car stays in an unheated garage, these temperature swings can cause condensation on its painted surfaces as well as its undercarriage. As the temperature rises rapidly in the morning, water condenses on surfaces that have become cool overnight. The condensation is usually gone in a few hours, so we often don’t even know it was there. It will usually remain for a longer period on the underside of the car which is in the shade and nearer to the cool floor. A simple solution is to turn on a fan for a few hours each morning until the daytime temperatures cool off.
Steve was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1957. He grew up in a time
and place where cars were worshipped, and none more so than the
“American Muscle Car,” although this was a phrase that wasn't coined
until decades later.By the age of twelve he was repairing just about
anything with an engine.