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Old 03-08-2013, 12:01 AM   #8
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Default Re: restoring an old car

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Originally Posted by 9erempiree
How hard can it be?

Source parts, clean up parts and install. The hard stuff you just pay someone to do it.

Money is a hard part too.
well, parts can be hard for some of these (for example, the air suspension, rare in its day and only available for a handful of years - I dont recall the details, was ridiculous). And, yeah, you can get someone else to rebuild the engine/etc., but then whats the point?

As GTS says, you will spend more than you will ever sell it for (unless its something really crazy).
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