Thanks for your concern about my finances, but mind your own business. Yes I know I will most likely not get what I've put into, but I'm not doing this to make money. I'm doing this so I have a car that I can enjoy and be proud of. A car that turns heads and i can enter in shows and what not. As I said in my other thread. Money is NOT an issue. And as far as being 21 and I should be concerned about saving money for other things. I already own everything I need/want (including a house with my fiancé) and have been working hard all my life. Put myself through college on my own dime and have been working as a sous chef ever since. So before you concern yourself with the way people spend there money and call it "stupid"find out the facts. Thanks.
Not too sure what "pride" you can have, in blowing stupid money on an obsolete car thats far from a sports car to begin with
Ah, so you can put yourself through college & bought a house as a sous chef right? okie dokie. You must be doing something entirely different then about 95% of the executive chef's I've talked to over the years. Unless your "house" is a double wide trailer you bought for $15k.
Whatever, Im just having a good laugh. I couldn't care less what you do with the "mad coin" you make as an assistant chef.
Its funny you say you make decent enough money, yet here you are proposing blowing foolish money on a $300 car. Doesn't exactly make sense to me.
Whatever, its your call mad balla'!
Just take it easy, Sunset strip has enough playa's like somebody around here.
Anyway, for what its worth, doing the Lambo door kits on any of my two hotrods, typically involved tack welding it, then weighting the doors properly. Once everything looked kosher, then I fully welded on the hinges.