Re: building from the ground up...help
I hope you have DEEEEEP pockets. starting a frame off as your first car is going to be a expensive learning experience. Like others say and will say. Find yourself a decent car/year of your choice, and make sure its a driver. Start by getting it running nicely, then maybe tackle the interior, Do a bunch of detailing, rebuild the suspension, etc. If you have a driving car and go through each major system ie, brakes, suspension, AC, interior, you can keep the car driving for the most part and be able to enjoy your car as you fix it up. Nothing like having a exploded car sitting in the garage for years just sucking up money and having no way of getting any benefits of driving it. jim
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