That's the thing about seriously modding your car. It's better to establish a budget, save until you've met that amount, do ample research on parts/labor, unexpected costs and misc items and then begin the project. If you start buying bits here and there and and you're not sure what you really want to do, you might just end up hurting your wallet and not end up with what you really wanted out of your project.
It's better to have a solid base and financial stability especially in these times, because let's face it, cars are money pits, and the cost can be overwhelming sometimes.
Good luck to you with whatever you decide, and don't hesitate to ask about anything else related to your project
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