There's an *** for every seat. This car is
worth no more than someone is willing
to pay for it. Very few recognize the time,
effort, and expense it takes to bring a rusted
out hulk such as this car to it's former glory.
Someone will reach the deep end of the pool
and realize they're in over their head. And
either out of pure stubbornness, finish it,
or offer it up for sale again with whatever
repairs have been done, hoping to recoup
most of their loss. Mopar maniacs such as
Kern Dog, recognized this and have accepted
the over and above. If what you end up with
puts a smile on your face the first time you
put that pedal to the metal, every penny
spent is well worth it. It boils down to a
sense of accomplishment, and a "I did that"
I've the same with this. It's taken 27 years
to get it this far. Would I sell it? Hell no.
I'm going to see it done. And drive the
wheels off of it. The shocks and springs
alone on this truck cost more than $3000.