View Full Version : Sega or Cars?
01-26-2006, 08:47 PM
I've been thinking about restoring an automobile, like buying a junker and restore it like new, etc.
But if I did this, I'd have to give up buying sega games for a while, good idea or not? It's something I'd always like to do and it'd be cool for a summer driver. I have what I want to restore in mind... I can locate everything I need except one item. Now I just gotta look on ebay and locally
For those curious... I'm thinking of restoring a '80-'86 Ford F-150/100, short wheel base with a flareside bed of a '92-96, smokestack exhaust, sound system, etc etc. An older truck isn't too hard to restore nor are parts expensive or hard to find.
01-26-2006, 09:56 PM
Good way,or else you get to addicted to youre genny.give it rest for a while a bit distraction by variating isnt wrong by the time,Good idea go for the carr. :D
01-26-2006, 10:03 PM
Give up Sega games so that I may have less competition bidding for them on eBay and whatnot. Also sell your Sega games to me.... the ones that are in good condition anyway. Really good condition.
01-26-2006, 10:15 PM
I'm not selling anything... Only my US Saturn and DC games are in good condition. I buy pretty poor condition Genesis gmes.
I don't buy/bid on ebay so you have no competition there. I have a savings account and investments, it's nice to have some spare cash just sitting there.
01-26-2006, 10:33 PM
Go for the truck. Sega's not going anywhere.
01-26-2006, 11:22 PM
Yeah, you are right. Sega itsself and my collection is going very slow right now.
Now all I gotta do is find the truck I want to work on.... I might put a want ad in the local online ad site, because I want a specific year, cab and frame.
If I can find a truck like I want, I should be able to get a cab and frame, etc for like a hundred bucks. I know an attorney who'd let me use her garage because she doesn't use it, so all I need after that is some free time, and some more money.
01-31-2006, 10:35 PM
Well, scratch the truck project.
I found a survey about the Dodge Challenger concept about which engine and transmission I would want from Dodge, so I voted, and this is a good chance it will be produced, so I'm going to buy one of these in a few years hopefully, I just want to get through college before I make a lofty purchase, even tho I will finance it for 72 months.
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