The end of Sum­mer al­ways is a downer, if you let it be.The best thing is, there are fewer shows to go to and there­fore, less dis­trac­tions to keep you from build­ing.The way you need to look at it is, there’s months ahead of you al­low­ing you to get stuck in. Maybe you’ve been putting off do­ing the re­ally tough and in­volved stuff be­cause you want to keep the car on the road, but now you can rip it apart with­out the pres­sure of keep­ing it avail­able to use. But, you also need a plan and to do one job at a time… Now is a good time to buy: at the end of the sea­son peo­ple get re­al­is­tic, as plenty of us are hoard­ers and we have more than a few projects to start let alone fin­ish and it can be a bit over­whelm­ing.The best way to get some­thing done is to do one and con­cen­trate on that one only, so what you need is the per­son who’s come to the same con­clu­sion!They’ve re­alised they have too many and made the de­ci­sion to get rid of at least one.That’s when you need to strike be­cause the chances are, they’ll have plenty of parts to back the project up as well, sav­ing time and money.

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