Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: Marshfield, MA, USA
Same sort of thing will corrode a fuel tank. Moisture accumulates on the insides of things... that's just nature. It'll stick to the inside walls of whatever container it's in. It's heavier than anything in the petroleum family so, once it runs down the walls, it settles on the bottom of whatever it's in... fuel tank, oil pan, oil sender, gas filter... and if it's metal, it'll corrode it.
Change your oil every spring after winter storage, and fuel stabilizer is a good thing.
69 Convertible, 351W, T5, E-Brock Performer 351-W intake, Performer Plus cam, Holley 4160, power assist, dual exhaust, 4-wheel manual drums.