I will hate to see Fairmont close. I have a long association with the track. My first job was over there, cleaning out the stalls. I got my first horse there and spent many a summer riding and taking care of him.
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Choke it up. My classics always fired up on cold days, many times when many other newer cars on the block were "stuck." Or finicky. Whatever you call it, my classics always roared to life in the cold mornings. Maybe it was the over-sized battery I had installed (because the engine bay would easily accommodate it, unlike newer "stacked" engine bays). Keep in mind I was always regulated to the driveway, never able to garage my drivers. So they were out in the elements, all year long.
Heatin'up. Classics always had the best heaters. There's nothing like a Chevy from the late-'60s to mid-'70s when it comes to warming up when freezing. They'll roast you to death, a good thing on frigid mornings when you don't want to get out of bed. Drive a few blocks and, ready or not, hot air already would fill the cabin.
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