I've been pretty lucky with my Job in that I can pay all of my bills and a large majority of my schooling off. Aside from the loans I racked up during my first year when I was making less, I haven't been racking up too much on the loans. Should end up with less than $30,000 when all is said and done.
The car will come back to life one way or another, just a matter of time and money. I've collected all of the parts needed, really just waiting on getting the corner either cut off and replaced or bent back into shape. I'm really glad to get it out of the barn and into the shop though, shouldn't have to worry much about it anymore.
I've got a big tractor, the lawn mower, and a whole pile of tools in the shop and still had plenty of room to pull in both cars and open then all up while I worked on both this weekend. Could have fit a couple more cars in to! I'm glad to finally have a place to set up shop rather than digging tools out of storage and finding a friends shop to use.
COTY - 2012
Tom - 03' Bonneville SSEi', 00' Sierra SLE, 1980 Goldwing GL1100 Interstate