I feel beaten. I feel like a "bad" car guy or a wannabe. I have finally come to grips with the fact that I don't really enjoy working on cars all that much. I love traditional hot rods, original classics & antiques, and just about anything old, and can appreciate most things in the gear-head world, It just feels like a chore to go out in the shop and work on my projects. I still get super exited about the finished product. I enjoy driving, owning , and looking at my cars, but I'm really having trouble with actually wrenching on them. It's not a physical pain or lack of tools or space, I'm 36 years old, in good health, and I just built my dream shop a year ago with a 2 post hoist, plenty of light, etc. I took 7 years to get my '32 from a pile of parts to the primered driver stage,(something some of my friends could to in a couple months) and I always blamed it on money, but the reality is that I just wasn't that into working on it. I guess I proved to myself that I can build a car from pieces and drive it, but now I just can't get motivated to blow it all apart to paint it, upholster it, and finish it the way I want? am I a failure if I buy cars finished from now on, and have no desire to build any more? Can I still enjoy the hobby? I feel like a looser ! Financially, buying a done car and changing small stuff you don't like makes a lot of sense, which older guys have told me for years........ I can't be the only one?