Started by 48firetruck, March 05, 2019, 07:33:07 PM
Quote from: 48firetruck on March 06, 2019, 07:30:21 AMHaving done it, I know to the penny how much it cost to bag a car and I can have every part I need delivered to the shop tomorrow for less than doing a chassis restoration with original parts that could take months or years to acquire. I think everyone is missing my point. If your young enough to not have a personal attachment to a particular vintage car and you can have a nice "hot rod" on the road by this coming show season vs. spending years and piles of money on a restoration that likely won't see a financial return in your lifetime, which way do think most of those cars are going to end up?
Quote from: 48firetruck on March 06, 2019, 11:41:16 AMAt least those cars are tastefully done and an attempt was made to keep them true to initial design. If some of these other cars showed up at a CLC event I suspect the reception may not be as warm...
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