One of the great parts of my job is the amount of travel and exploration I get to experience. I’m literally on the road for two-thirds of the year, and only get to sleep in my own bed for a third… if I’m lucky. Like I said, I love that, however it also comes with some drawbacks.
For those of you who follow our project vehicles, you’ll probably have noticed that Big Mack’s SEMA JK and Manchild’s… sorry… editor Iron’s Stinky Jeep have been filling these pages fairly deeply as of late. But Project Eco Zuk has been noticeably absent over the last couple issues.
When you decide to dig into a project as big as Eco Zuk, it is important to get all your ducks in a row before you even turn a bolt. You need to ensure that you have all the necessary parts laid out and ready to go. You should have the finances set aside to not just pay for the work you plan to do, but to also account for all the little unforeseen issues that will inevitably arise during such a large build. But most importantly, you need to set aside the time and organize a strict schedule to ensure that the project gets done.
How many half-finished project