Welcome aboard. Make not mistake, I didn't have to do any of the work on my car, except for adjusting the ride height. The rest of it was all of my own volition.
That was kind of the whole reason I purchased bare bones project car. The work I've done is pretty much what Troy would, or could do to any one of the cars he purchases.
If Troy's done the once over on the car, you'll be fine.
Thanks Ted, that's good to hear. I know I couldn't go wrong buying a Speedster from Troy but I couldn't help expressing my shock at all you did. Sounds like a beauty of a car.
And don't get me wrong, I'm a bit of an audiophile and I will have mine in the stereo shop for a little something in the sound department. Nothing crazy like my high school days which was 4 - 10", woofers, a half-dozen mids, and a half dozen tweeters with three amps. Just some real clean sounds while waiting for the traffic lights.