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Old 17th March 2019, 11:54
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Originally Posted by Barber View Post
I looked at doing a kit from scratch a good few years ago. Advice at the time was to allow 3-5 years elapsed time for a novice. I couldn't wait that long, so was content to get a doer upper, and that, combined with the normal kit car repairs and maintenance took plenty of time. By all means don't give up on your dream, but be aware of the investment (and sacrifices) involved. If you have kids, give the time to them is my advice.
Hi Barber and thankís for your input
May I ask, what kit did you end up purchasing.
3-5 yrs does seem a long time,
Thing is, if itís something your passionate about,
Then itís incorporated within your lifestyle.
I do have family, My children,
My work is great hrs Wich allow Me to finish around 2pm
So pretty much all My free time is spent with them,
So Iím sure I can work out a healthy balance of quality family time
And a project.
A valid point you made. Cheerís
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