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What’s your Automotive New Year’s resolution?

Posted in Classic, Collector Cars, DIY, Dodge, Featured, Promoted by MrAngry | December 31st, 2010 | 4 Responses |

New Year 2011

Every year I try to come up with a way to improve myself as an automotive enthusiast. In the past I’ve vowed to learn more about mechanics so I could become more self-sufficient, I’ve also told myself that I wouldn’t spend as much money on auto related things. For 2011 though, I’m finding it hard to nail down a good one. I mean I would love to say that 2011 is the year that I’ll be buying a dedicated track car, but that requires money, which is something that is in short supply at the moment. It’s also not really a resolution, but more of a want then anything else. I suppose I could say that I’ll be more diligent about automotive maintenance, but I’m already pretty good about that. One thing that I was thinking about was restoring and extra grill that I have for my 1968 Dodge Charger. It’s all there, but the biggest problem is not having the space to properly dismantle it. I suppose that I could make it work if I really wanted to though, but we’ll see. So what about you guys, what’s your automotive New Year’s resolution going to be?

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4 Responses

  1. Mark Smith says:

    A new Porsche. I’d like a 911, but I’d be happy with a Cayman S.

  2. Canrith says:

    Get all of the parts that have been sitting on my garage floor installed on the camaro before summer, and hopefully save up enough for a few spare rear tires.

  3. BigRuss says:

    have the C10 ready for the parades, and the bike finished up and purdied up

  4. eddie_357 says:

    buy good summer tires have’em mounted and balanced during the winter BEFORE spring arrives