long long story short a friend turned me on to a 47 plymouth coupe running with stock 6 cyl, everything works, its registered insured and daily driven. since i have a 41 chevy coupe project well in progress i normally pass on these things. what hit me today was that the asking price is very reasonable given that it can be driven home. i am sure it will need things as all vintage cars do, but considering i could get the car for not much more than what i need in parts alone to complete my 41 i am considering selling mine as is and getting the 47. am i just being impatient and or a moron? the cars appeal to me is similar. just trying to be a realist about how far off i am in completing the 41. its not so much the volume of work but more that volume coupled with precious little time left over after being a dad to 2 beautiful kids, a full time job, a bike building (small) side business, etc. i am exceedingly fortunate for my wife and my kids and to be able to already have a 64 galaxie and a bike. this is not a woe is me thing at all! trying to reconcile the wanting to finish a car with the reality of less time, funds and skill than what is needed to get it done efficiently. due to the asking price i may be able to sell my proj and even lose some cash on it but still end up with the plymouth. my 41 has M2 setup installed, rear leaf conversion done, nova axle, 260 engine, t5 trans ready to go in. but needs front floors, radiator, brakes, etc etc. the car body is in great shape and the car is most certainly worth the time. just trying to see if it it makes sense to forge ahead a little at a time and have all that money tied up in a proj, or less money in a runner? sorry for elongated question. appreciate any advice/insight.