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Old 03-08-2013, 03:26 AM   #12
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Default Re: restoring an old car

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Originally Posted by Crystallas
But I got rid of it that summer(made a quick buck) and started another project. I didn't really care for it as a teenager.

Basically what I meant by the honeymoon phase would be over. You go into the project thinking that it would be something you like when it was done but didn't care for it.

I think the same goes for even a Continental that I like or an old BMW, eventually the restoration would make you hate it.
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