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I had two people giving me a hard time about restoring my 84 F-150. Is it really that crazy? I think it will be fun. They say I'm going to invest thousands and the value will be the same. I'm doing this for me, my tuck, I'm not going to sell it when I'm done. Does everything in this world have to be done just to make money? Is loosing money to do something fun that uncommon these days?
1984 F-150 Ex. Cab 5.8L V8
Thanks Ken for opening the month. Running a little in reverse today.
Justin, I have an 88 350 I am working at. I figure I have somewhere around 20k in rebuilding before I can say I should have bought a new truck.
88 F350 DRW 4x4 7.3L Rack Body
99 F150 4x4 5.4 Ext Cab
Good morning Dave...Justin...Alicia...Maine-iacs everywhere!!!
Looks like all you active Maine-iacs are working on project trucks. The folks who tell you that they are bad investments are absolutely correct. Don't let that hinder you from your labors...the satisfaction you get will over ride the $$$ that you spend. And...when they are done...folks glances and comments are great for your ego!!!
__________________ Member of the Massachusetts Chapter and Number One Winter Hater!!!
RIP...Hannah...affectionately known as Cujo...7/7/00-8/9/14.
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