Check this out. A great article on dealing with humidity and ways to keep your garage from destroying your car/truck/bike. Although it is from the UK, the basic premise is the same in the US, so, this is a great read for anyone who wants to protect their prized possesion.
On a recent visit to a good friend of mine who also owns a rather nice and rare coloured Mustang Convertible I was shown around his latest collection of Mustang memorabilia where I spotted in middle of his (man cave) garage a dehumidifier. He went on to explain the benefits of it and I could feel the air was different to mine at home. that was it, I was sold on the idea and set about getting one. So I done a little research from various places and found these points where I have collated them and made them a little more readable, I hope. I have since seen references to classic cars with lots of chrome like mine as the “Chrome Jewels”. I quite like that sying in fact. Many storage companies of classic cars all have climate controlled environments.
Rust will form where the surface of the steel has air and water…
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