I used to park my old car every winter, and it would sit for 6 or 7 months. With that, I would disconnect the battery, and put fuel stabilizer into the gas tank. Also parked it with a full tank to avoid moister from selling in the tank. And so I wouldn't get flat spots on my tires, I'd also be sure to put some old rims and tires on there, and let it sit on those (ones I didn't care about).
Come Spring, I'd do the reverse, and also pull the plugs and drop a small bit of oil down each cylinder to help prevent scratching since all the oil in the engine would have settled down into the pan.
Did this for years, and my brothers done it from day one with his '87 Mustang (bought it new, and still has original motor - like new.)
Now, I know yours is only for two months, but you get the idea of what can be done.