i would agree with nathan as it will get below freezing..
but... after reading many threads on CCF and PlanetNatique and the2001.com for the most part the temp needs to stay down below 32F for a a day or so before anything would "freeze"
a few people have placed lights in the engine bay to keep the temp above freezing, or electric strip tape around the block. for those days it does get to cold<used in plumbing for pipes outside to keep from freezing > just wrap it around the block a few times... plug it in and its nice and warm
i have a nice enclosed shop with heaters set at 55 so i never worry about it. Just some fuel stabilizer in the gas tank and dust cover.
(Message edited by technarider on September 13, 2007)