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Old 03-14-2019, 11:56 PM
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Well, PERSONALLY, I think those of us that restore/upgrade old stuff might actually work HARDER since we have to deal with rusted, damaged, abused, and simply worn out stuff.
I have always thought the same sort of, until I did some fab work on a project.

The thing with restoring is that the frame/shape/etc is already there, and you just have to clean/repair/replace a part(s). Some guys here start from scratch, and have to get everything measured, lined up, and assembled correctly, rather than just replacing/re-doing old/worn out parts.

They both require work, but I think that the guys who completely build stuff have a little more work cut out for them heck, even ordering/buying parts for a new build would be a process...order this, this, and this, only to realize you forgot that and have to wait until you get it to do anything else.
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Old 03-18-2019, 04:29 AM
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You dont relise how much money and work you put into some thing untill you have driven 40 min for two nuts...
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