Re: Laying up a GTV
Sorry to hear that.
Pump the tyres up to 50 + psi and, when you start it, try to move it forward or back by a foot or so. This will stop the tyres from going square Remember to drop them down before use!
Be VERY liberal with that WD40.
If the interior is leather, a good dose of sadle soap or leather preserver to stop it drying out in the sun.
A cover would be a good idea but only if its a breathable one. The cheaper ones tend to trap moisture inside and can make the problem worse.
Depending on how near to a source of power you might want to consider a top up battery charger. These detect when the battery needs charging and automatically switch themselves on. Look in the classic car rags or internet. Alternatively leave the ordinary charger in the boot so all you have to do is run the extension lead when you need to charge. This would save removing the battery, being mindful, of course, of the issues of 240 volts outside, a decent trip switch on the supply is a must.
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