I hear ya. It is tough trying to carve out time while juggling a job and family. I would try to spend more time on it in the evenings but my 2.5yr old daughters room backs up to our garage. At 8:00pm it is lights out, meaning the garage is closed. So right now it is every other Friday and Saturday's/Sundays for the time being. Way back when, I scored a 76 Camaro from a guy that lived in my dorm. I was giving him a ride home every weekend and asked about a car that was covered in his driveway. He said it was his dads old Camaro and that it wasn't worth anything. I asked if he wanted to sell it, and he said "He'd probably give it to you if you wanted it". To make a long story short, I got the car for free (305, 3spd car with a Title!!!) and began to try to work on it. I was 19, my dad had just died and I had no idea what I was doing or how to go about fixing it. I was living with my mom and working on an asphalt driveway with a set of sockets and wrenches. I didn't get far on the car before I gave up, and gave it to a friend (who later scrapped it). Trying to help my mom make ends meet and going to school took it's toll on me. Over time I was able to finish school and stabilize financially. Even if I didn't have a car, the passion was always there. When I came across this car, I knew that it was going to be project. So I bought it and committed to fixing it. Now that I am a little older, a little wiser, have a garage and tools, I really want to prove to myself that I can get this one back on the road. It is important that I give this my best effort and try to make it nice. The thing that keeps me motivated it that there have been plenty of other folks that have done way more with way less than what I have. And from time to time, you will see a white business card and a purple piece of paper in some of my pictures. These are phone numbers of guys that have stopped by my house over the last 3 years while my garage door was open, and have offered to buy my car. This reminds me that there are guys out there that would like to have this car, and who would proudly work on it.