What he said. You may find it more cost-friendly to take your time and put a v8 in, rather than rush and find out you can't get insured on a smaller engine. I (and a few others) can vouch for that!check to see if you can get insurance, most under 25 car'nt get any
im one step ahead of ya havent got games consols and i dont have a social life as i spend my evenings sorcing parts or working to keep her rollin and any general advice you can give is welcomeSell the ps, xbox & tv & go back to sleeping at night & spend more time in the garage msl:
ADVICE ... never leave yourself open to ridicule msl:
QUESTION... what advice would you like
haha yeah i should have but what ive got is what seems to be the cursed 34My advice , buy a cheap yank, say an '80s chevy with a 350 V8 .
Hop up the engine and take it drag racing , spending money as you can afrord it going faster as you learn about engines.
Get a job in the motor trade so that you can learn and have the facilitys
Building a car from scratch , say a 32 ford , is a complicated process.
Start slowly and make it eay for yourself that way you'll learn and not loose interest
Good luck :tup: