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I store a boat every most of every fall, winter and early spring. I pour in a fuel stabilizer and then pull the fuel line while running to let the carbs run dry (which you can't do on a supra of course). As long as its less than a year, you can probably get by with using a fuel stabilizer in the gas tank, then drive it around the block a couple times to mix it up good and circulate through the entire fuel system. No point draining oil or any fluids. Inflate the tires to something like 45psi, just don't forget to adjust the pressure before you drive again. If stored where critters are a worry, mabe toss a couple moth balls inside, stuff a rag in the exhaust pipe and put a cover over the car. I'm sure some northerners will have more winter specific directions.

Phil D.
 
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