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Discouraged with your project car? A drive may be all you need

Toiling for untold hours in a dimly lit garage, oily tools in hand, can be deeply fulfilling. I've certainly experienced it. However, the work still saps my energy in a strange way. I liken it to a small drain on a battery in storage. To a point, that slow current flow is a good thing and keeps the battery healthy but, if left unchecked, even the tiniest draw can exhaust the battery's charge. Too much work, even on a car that's particularly meaningful to you, can leave you unable to summon the motivation to walk into the garage.

 

A drive in your project car might be the perfect pick-me-up.

 

Read the full article on Hagerty.com: https://www.hagerty.com/media/maintenance-and-tech/discouraged-with-your-project-car-a-drive-may-be-...

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You hit the nail right on the head, Kyle!  I've had people talk to me about their vintage cars, telling me that they were going to effect a repair the cheapest and fastest way possible and, down-the-road, would do a comprehensive repair.  My response always is:  "How many times do you want to be broken down at the side of the road before you decide to do it right?"  I always get that hang-head response and a very sheepish smile.  They know that I am right.  jay salser

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