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JFairman JFairman is offline
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It's a Canadian car. Do they salt the roads there in the winter? Some salt will still be on the asphalt road surface in the spring for a little while after the last snow melts if they do.
He says it's the original owner so he can chat with the owner in a fun way about how these cars run so strong in the cold winter air and draw a conclusion from the owners response as to if it was driven during the winter.. and then ask if it was.

I lived in the finger lakes region of upstate NY for my first 26 years and I remember what it was like. A lot of people had a rust bucket old american "winter rat" car to drive during the winter because they salted the roads during winter there and it would rust a car out from the underside quickly.
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