I ask b/c I have a job opportunity in Houston and I'm considering taking it. Haven't work out all the details yet but I should know more by the end of next week. I lived in Houston for 10-years (1980-1990) and now live in Kansas City (which I love by the way). I know the climate sucks for old cars down there and I'm wondering how much of a problem it is for the guys with older cars? I have a '77 GTB and we all know the older cars had not rust protection on them. My car has a few spots you can see in the engine bay, and one small bubble by the lower drivers side door (right behind the front wheel). I know here that I'm pretty much have no worries b/c I don't drive it in the rain, or on the roads after snow/salt. Only on nice days. The car was in NJ before I bought it (I'm the 2nd owner). My dad had an Austin Healey 3000 when we lived there and I remember how much trouble he had dealing with rust. I'm worried that as soon as summer hits, the humidity will show all kinds of fun rust spots up where I least expect them. I told my wife last night I was going to have to sell it, and get a 84/85 QV GTB b/c they have rust protection on them! She didn't think that was too funny. thanks (I put this in the texas section, but realized Houston isn't the only city with a humid climate).