As others have said before, I wish you would change your mind and hang onto it. Set is aside for a while until you find some inner motivation. Of course, I'm on this plan, and I have had my 56 Chevy project for 20 years. :sign0020: But I understand if you let her go.
I have a car stored in my trailer that I sunk my heart and soul (maybe sole) into. Needless to say it hasn't turned out very well and I hide it in there to get it out of my site. While I have issues other than what the OP has, it has still impeded the progress and basically now it's a 4,000 pound paperweight. I am doing as Jasonspd says, hoping someday that I have the courage to start all over again and maybe finish it. For now it just sits.... crying in the trailer for help
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