I have a small shop I keep my 71 in and it came with a ventless space heater with natural gas. We get pretty cold winters and sometimes it drops down to 10-18 degrees on average during the worst of it. But usually stays around 25-32 degrees for the most part. But one thing that annoys me, is when i fire up the heat in my shop to mess with the car.....the car develops wet condensation on the metal parts on the engine and chassis. This causes certain parts to get premature rusting or the aluminum parts to get chalky. I know this is because of the change in air temp versus the actual temp of the metal at a rapid pace. But short of having a 24/7 climate controlled shop or moving to a state that doesn't have these kind of winters is there anything else I can do it prevent this? Maybe some sort of air conditioner to take the humidity out?