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I would do the same. Pull it together gently without snapping it off, seal it just as others mentioned.
Then, I would probably get a couple angle brackets, concrete screws, exterior window caulking along with a bit of plywood.
Make a small box and seal it and shoot some paint on it...
Sounds like you have many great ideas already as well.
Good luck with your repair of choice!
 

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I put this box up each fall just to keep my outside water tap from becoming rusty then need replacement.
I have no shut off for it inside the basement.
So, was hoping to prolong the life of the tap through the winter months.
Seems to be working well going on 10 or so years now.
 

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It is strange to imagine that an "outside water tap" might become "rusty", since (in my experience) all such (outside or inside) water taps are made of Brass!
Our house was built in the early 60's.
I recall seeing something in another thread. Something along the lines of,
Some old habits die hard.
 
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