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Old 03-08-2013, 03:07 AM   #10
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Default Re: restoring an old car

Just don't get stuck to the point where it's sitting in your garage or driveway for years on out.

I think the most important thing, like I said I have never done this and a buddy of mine is doing a 70's truck and it has gone over 3 years, is that you set a timetable and limit.

Eventually, if it's been so long, give up. I would first budget and source the necessary means to finish the job.

How much is it going to cost?

When is the expected finished project? It comes to a point when the honeymoon period is over. Even after finishing the project, it may not seem like it's worth it.
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