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Old 06-28-2003, 10:22 PM
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'57 buick vs. '27 roadster

I just stumbled upon a '57 buick. i'm rounding up parts to build my '27 roadster and i sure don't need this project. I could scrape up the cash for the '57 and the nailhead and finned drums would look great on my fenderless rod. I would love to build the buick but i'm really in over my head already with the roadster. for the sake of new ideas; what would you do?

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Depending on the money, I would probably have a 57 Buick sitting in my yard. But then I only have 3 project cars going right now anyway. So I can afford to get another.
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Old 06-29-2003, 03:43 PM
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I'd stick to the 27, of course i loves the street rods,
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I agree with adtkart. I would put the 57 in the back yard. I would love just to work on one of my projects. Bought a 66 Chevy, given a 84 ford and have two boats waiting repair. Oh yeah, I ordered a Outlaw 34 Chevy also. I plan to stay busy when I get back home
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Old 06-30-2003, 06:16 PM
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There was a saying when my son and I were racing go-karts. It was "He who dies with the most karts, wins". I think it goes for projects also. Add one to the back yard. Can never have too many projects.
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