Oil Additive & Treatment for
Maintaining Your Classic or Luxury Vehicles
Preventative Storage Maintenance
Keeping Moisture Out Of The Engine
Many people add fuel stabilizer to their tank after it’s filled. Again, that’s your choice. It won’t keep moisture out of your tank, but it will keep gas from gunking up your carburetor. Just make sure to drive your car a few miles to get the stabilizer working through the system.
Oil, Filters, And Spark Plug Changes
It’s been a long-time bone of contention whether you should use synthetic oil over conventional oil in classic cars. It used to be that synthetic oils were thought to break down seals in your engine over time. However, the consensus now is that it is okay to use synthetic oil in both classic and luxury cars, as the technology has been vastly improved over the years.
Using ELEV8 when you change your oil will lubricate the moving parts of your engine, transmission and differential so when it comes time to take your classic or luxury car out on the road, you won’t have to worry about the friction that can wear out its engine.
Also change your spark plugs. If you’re storing for a long time before driving it again, consider removing your spark plugs and battery entirely. Unless your storage is climate-controlled, you could get corrosion on both.
Make sure that your tires are properly aired to their maximum PSI. Cold weather and longer storage can cause tires to flatten. Take the pressure off them by chocking the wheels or jacking the car up if you’re storing long-term.