yea thats why i see some of these more recent restomods on the market just collecting dust for the near future..but they can never lose value i guess cuz its just for sale cuz the seller feels like it! all just to wait for the rite buyer to come along
is this still a relevant market in this current time 2022 and beyond? these 100k 200k plus restomods? i can see these cars sitting for a few years now collecting some rust after the restoration was done to get rid of the rust haha!
think these sellers should just enjoy their high dollar builds...
so im setting the stage for a possible later efi/ls swap so wanna go with an electric pump while still carbureted whats the most optimal setup for this?
should i run an electric to the mechanical pump with a return line or just the electric pump itself and get rid of the mechanical?
is this the top of the market or something? i keep seeing houses that were bought for maybe 100-200k 5-10yrs ago being priced at 500-600k now! with interest rates being as high as they are does this really make any sense?
which is the quickest and more prone to overheating? which one do think would cause more reliability issues in such a situation?
ITS HOT OUT THERE RITE NOW summer 2022 in the western states will be remembered!