As with many old cars a Father and Son team acquires a vehicle and starts building their dream. That was My Dad and I's plan anyway. Well like many dreams this one is shattered. Dad and I went in as halfers on a 1951 2dr Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe back in 2008. We were Financial halfers but Dad did all the work as I am a quadriplegic and could only do the research and run down parts. We replaced all the rot with new metal panels, gave her a new drive train, got her moving and stopping under her own power etc.. And of course we bought and bought and bought parts to complete our project. Dad had a bad heart attack in 2010 and had a triple bypass that stopped work on the car for a few years. We got back on it for a few years ,then with age Dad no longer felt up to working on the car and with my disability I wasn't able to. Mom and I would talk to him about selling it and he always said we need to get started back on it.. Well, we will not be getting back on it. Dad went to be with the Lord, and left us in March this year. So, I have the unfortunate task of selling our project as I am not able to work on it due to my disability, nor can I afford to hire someone to finish it. Sorry for the long post, I really haven't talked about any of this and I got a little blurry eyed and emotional typing this. My intent and hope was for any advise on how to go about selling the project. We have over 11k invested in original parts, replacement parts and supplies alone. Some are on the car some are still in boxes, my point is you can't tell by looking at it that we have that kind of money in it. She's a solid metal body with no rust at all [ pitting under the belt-line chrome but no rust], shes in multiple colors with mostly no glass or interior in her. We started at the ground and was working up. She has been in a garage since 2008 and will remain there until sold. My question is should I try to sell the car and parts as one package? Or should I sell the car and its original parts only then sell the new parts and replacement parts we bought up separately? I know I'll not get out of it what we had invested but I'd like to regain as much as possible to help Mom out as I'll be giving her the money out of it. The memories of working on it with my Dad is all the compensation I want. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Dwayne P.S I'm attaching two pics, since these were took Dad had rebuilt the quadrajet added a fuel pressure regulator and gauge. Oh and we put on new rally wheels wrapped in new cooper cs5 tires.