[TR] Storing sheet metal (fenders)

George Richardson gpr at key-men.com
Sat Jan 5 12:22:57 MST 2013

I've had a set of new fenders for my TR6 for more than 10 years now. 
I've had them outside for a year, inside for most of that time. Cover 
them so they stay dry and dust free, and you should have no problems 
unless they're bare metal.

George Richardson
Key Men - Keys for Classics

On 1/5/2013 12:15 PM, Malcolm wrote:
> Hi List,
> I've been lurking for a while now - some of you may remember me from the
> late '90s.  Life has interrupted but I still have my TR4.
> I now also have the opportunity to buy a pair of rear fenders.  However,
> they would have to be stored in my (unheated) workshop or the attic of our
> house, for a few months to a year, while I figure out how to get the TR4
> into the workshop for a proper restoration.
> What do people recommend for treating the sheet metal for storage?  Oil,
> grease, waxed paper, really big ziploc bags?
> Thanks in advance!
> -Malcolm
> '62 TR4 (CT10339L)
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