Well, I just don't know what to do. I thought I could come up with a decision on my own but I'm going to have to leave it to the HAMB. When I originally got into the "scene" I was more so into hot rods than kustoms. But after working for a kustom shop and hanging out with mostly kustom guys I can now say I am WAY more into kustoms than hot rods. There is a particular style of kustoms that really floats my boat though and that's Westergaurd style kustoms. I like 'em old. Sure I like 50's cars but I like '40's a lot more. When time came to get my own pre-'64 car I didn't have much cash. I also didn't have cash for two cars so I needed something running and driving. so that's when I stumbled upon my 1956 Ford four door. It was my first old car and I have had lots of fun with it. It was my graduation present and my mom and I bought it in Saskatchewan (Canada) then drove it down to San Jose, CA. together where I would start my apprenticeship with Alex Gambino. My first big roadtrip was in this car and I have had so much fun with the family and friends over the years. I pretty much learned how to weld on this thing. Since I have owned it I did the following... -Shaved door handles and locks -Shaved emblems -6.70 Firestone Tires -Lowered the fuck out of it with air shocks -and other little shit here and there This is also the first car I cruised in and I have had lots of fun cruisin' in it with my girl friend and friends. This car just seems part of my life. I have taken it to shows from California to New York. This thing gets me everywhere. It is still the only car I own and it is my daily driver. It is super super relaible (knock on wood) with the factory 272 Y-Block backed by a T-5 transmission. Now here is where things get fuzzy... I'm browsing the H.A.M.B. classifieds one day and stumble upon one of my dream cars. A rad 1940 Merc that was a kustom from back in the day. It has the o.g. laquer paint, Pontiac taillights, ribbed bumpers, lowered back and a 1946 8BA flathead. Problem is I need a car to get around and this is a bit of a project it needs the following... -Fuel tan cleaned out and fuel lines -Exhaust done -Re-wire the whole car (current owner says he will buy me a new harness) Also I am a poor college student living in Toronot, On. and this car is located in Kansas, so pretty much all my money will be gone from transporting these cars around the continent. I am stuck. Do I keep the car that I love and have always loved with many memories? Or do I trade to get a car I used to dream about all the time? Here is my 1956 Ford... And here is the '40... I don't like to waste people's time so I would like to give this guy an answer. I am just not 100% sure I could ever let my '56 go Thanks!