Even here in the frozen northland of Idaho 😊, we are able to get our cars out a few times during the winter months, when the roads are bare and dry. We even manage to have a show 'n' shine or two during that period. So all of the long-term storage ideas (like putting the car on jack stands, for instance) don't always apply. However, like Kyle suggests in his last point, if you have a list of things to do on the car, winter is the time, and that may mean that it won't get out of the garage on every nice day come January...
When I look at my current "wanna do/neeta do" list, I'm not sure mine will come out at all until April! 😐
The UV point is well-taken. My garage doesn't even have any windows for sunlight to come through, but like in the pictures of Kyle's storage places, there are fluorescent lights above the car. These emit UV rays (albeit not as strong as sun through a window) - and my classic is red, which does NOT play well with UV light. My car rests under a light-blocking cover while parked inside year-round (even if just for a week in the summer between cruise days).
@BMD4800 - you bring up an interesting topic: Summer Prep. Of course a lot of us (except Californians, obviously 😁) are currently thinking about Winterization and Storage - hence the article. But I've never experienced anything like the summer temps you refer to. So how 'bout you write an article about those "extra precautions", just to inform guys like me?