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Question DetailsAsked on 5/12/2011

Loking for a cheap Project Car?

I've been considering lately a project car (despite the lack of space, resources capital) to work on. I want something that will be pretty cheap to procure and will only take a minimum of parts and labor to restore to road-worthy condition. Does anyone have any good ideas or do project car work themselves?

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Project car? Whatcha goin to do w/ it when its done?

Answered 9 years ago by fuzzybunnies


I'm thinking just something to tool around town in on the weekends. The idea was spurred by seeing a 1977 MG Midget convertible for sale in my neighborhood recently. Tell me that wouldn't be a fun weekend car...

Answered 9 years ago by Helper Monkey 5000


I would recommend an MG-the parts are cheap and very accessible, there is a huge community of enthusiasts, lots of great forums for help, and they're fun cars to drive and not hard to work on at all. But like many British cars, they have their oil and wiring issues, but like I said-easy to work on. My father and I have been in the process of restoring a 1973 mgb-gt for several years now, and the only reason it's not back on the road is that he lives in SC, has the car, and is lazy, so there it sits surrounded by all the parts and new carpeting etc.... If I had it up here, I'd have been driving it back in 2004. I guess I'll have to go kidnap it. One day I guess....

Answered 9 years ago by Lost Sailor


If you are looking for automobile parts then salvage yards will be a good option and source to get parts at a low cost. Nowadays, the services offered by salvage yards are on the rise. You can also check with to get a vast range of auto parts with some great deals and they come with a warranty.

Answered 7 years ago by Guest_9494460


if u design a product to your own with low cost equipment....learn bench giving training for project designing annd know more details

they are giving clear idea about your project needs...

Answered 9 months ago by murugesh

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