JamesL Posted January 25, 2013 Report Share Posted January 25, 2013 So I've been in perpetual restoration mode (restomod) for about 10 years on my 1970 Boss 302. A lot of work has been done yet there is a lot of work to do on what has been a frame up remake of the whole car. I'd say 95% of all the metal work is complete. I have all the peices to the car from the orginal restoration I did when I first got it. That is, the complete interior, suspension and drive train. Other then a relatively cheap paint job at the time I didn't do much with the body. This time I'm doing the complete job. Anyway, I'm depending on some folks who don't quite see it the same priority as I do. That's my bad for putting a lot of money out front and trying to do business with friends. Now I'm 10 years down the road and still no car and along comes the new Boss 302. I really like the car and despite my love for the old school muscle car there is no denying the superior nature of modern technology. I'm certina if I tried to bail out of my 1970, I would lose my rear. We all know how much money you can wrap up in one of these things. Still there is a part of me that is saying if I can get out of it and in a new one at near even money maybe I should. Maybe I'm just tired of waiting and watching everyone else enjoy thier cars. It's probably a stretch anyway to think I could get enough money out of my project Boss to cover a 2013. Thoughts? Here are some project pics: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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