Originally Posted by Bullet Ride
Yeah, if you don't end up selling it, just fab up a skid plate for it and you'll be good to go. Tons of pimp driving roads up north. In the winter time just jack up the coils and put some 185/70 studded tires on. They use less salt on the roads up north so it will probably last longer up there than it would down here.
Had mine in Waskaganish Quebec for nearly 4 years. -45c at the coldest. Just used 5w 50 syn. battery blanket and block heater. As for rough roads, the stock suspension and new strut/shock mounts are the best. People were shocked an old car could last up there... some people went through 2 cars in the same period... lol