Okay, it's been like 9 years since I've had my "love" on the road- Rather than wait til (forever), I've decided that employing professionals to finish the job that's already been started may be the only way the project sees completion. So what are some questions I should ask? Should I have one shop do all the work, or consider towing it to several different places (glass place, hydraulic place, upholstery place, paint shop, etc) instead? I'm just extremely saddened that I will now never get to take my HERO (and the one who gifted me the car) for a ride in what is my dream car the way I wanted- I'm sick of GREEDY "PROFESSIONALS" and asshats unwilling to see the vision. This is a "one-of-a-kind" vehicle, using at least a trick or two that hasn't yet been employed. So it's easy to say I'm jaded and conflicted when it comes to paying someone else to wrench on my ride. My project's pretty TITS so if any up and comer's want some GOOD BUSINESS hit me up, Sorry to be a DICK but I'm PISSY about this crap. When you pay "professionals" "X" amount of money and agree that the project will be finished in a certain timeframe and to a certain degree, IT SHOULD BE FUCKING FINISHED. UNACCEPTABLE!