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Well its that time of the year. 4 months of snow slush and rain in Connecticut and this year the 1600 will winter in a heated 3rd bay garage, a step up from last years unheated barn. Bottle of seafoam in the full gas tank, several bars of Irish spring, battery on trickle charge, parking brake off car cover on....see you in late march.

Did you come to that conclusion after seeing Detroit get their butts kicked today?

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Well its that time of the year. 4 months of snow slush and rain in Connecticut and this year the 1600 will winter in a heated 3rd bay garage, a step up from last years unheated barn. Bottle of seafoam in the full gas tank, several bars of Irish spring, battery on trickle charge, parking brake off car cover on....see you in late march.

Man......this is why I refuse to live any further North than Washington, DC.

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question - what is the Irish Spring for?

Short of making some poor cat live in the purple car for winter storage I have tried everything including moth balls to keep the mice and their turds and acorns out of my car including moth balls (chemically smelly and ineffective) and bounce sheets ( which the meese weave into their cozy nests) I buy a dozen boxes of Irish Spring cut all 8 corners off and place them every where ( engine compartment, trunk, glove box and under the seats) been doing it for 5 plus years now and I have been leaving them in (the trunk and glove box) year round. - have been turd free for years.

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question - what is the Irish Spring for?

Short of making some poor cat live in the purple car for winter storage I have tried everything including moth balls to keep the mice and their turds and acorns out of my car including moth balls (chemically smelly and ineffective) and bounce sheets ( which the meese weave into their cozy nests) I buy a dozen boxes of Irish Spring cut all 8 corners off and place them every where ( engine compartment, trunk, glove box and under the seats) been doing it for 5 plus years now and I have been leaving them in (the trunk and glove box) year round. - have been turd free for years.

I've heard of this also and will go buy some from Costco. Wouldn't it be neat to create a video parody of the old Irish Spring commercials using a 2002? The lad would finish getting dressed in his wool sweater, grab a new bar out of the pantry and stroll out to the garage where he takes out his knife and slices some off before placing it under the driver's seat. His pretty lady would then comment on how fresh the car smelled.

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