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45 degrees in Ct today (10 degrees above normal). Took the Boss out for a nice run. You LS boys have a better track car but I don't envy your r compound tires one bit. But then again I'm not a trackrat..
In New Jersey the temp has been mid 30"s in am rising to mid 40' in the afternoon. if no residual salt on roads I drive it. I want to keep the fluids circulating and the seals lubed rather than sitting for a few months. you do get the rears chattering for grip initially but they do seem to heat up enough after a couple of miles.
I didn't buy mine to just let it sit but not gonna drive it all the time either.I have owned mine for 2 months and have put 400 miles on it but has been raining alot so haven't got to get it out as much as I would like.I live in Alabama so snow is not a problem.
Drove out in the afternoon here in SC at 40F, was coming home at 26F about 10:00PM. All was well, just drove like my grandma on the way home. 3,700 miles now on her. I just have trouble not driving her on the week-end!!
Ok, finally read all the posts and I still say, unless there is salt on the road or it's snowing, drive it. I was working in Dallas today and when I came out it was snowing and sleeting. Drove my GT500 home to Fort Worth with no problems. WTF, where did the snow come from? ???
I got my S in late November. I have 1200 miles driving in a poorly shaped circle.