As some of you may remember, I posted a topic not too long ago about abandoning the 460Z project for an RX7 T-II. That fell through, obviously. So, I'm stuck on a currently derailed 460Z project that I need money to finish putting the engine together on. After that comes the hard part (stuffing the 460 in the Z and prepping the chassis). Well, today I saw an ad for a complete sandrail for 1300 bucks. The ad says it needs work but runs and drives. I can live with that. At some point I'd rebuild the transaxle and adapt an EJ20T to it. The 'ol beast of indecisiveness has attacked again, this time with a vengeance. Let's weigh the pros and cons. Z: +Awesome looking car. +Gobs of power. -Going to require a lot more money to make all the power usable (frame work, full cage, reinforcement, rear diff/suspension upgrade). -Going to require registering and at least liability insurance (whether I drive it or not). -Going to require standard maintenance on wear items (30 yr old car). -GAS HOG. -Only really good for cruising and drag racing. -Requires space to store when not driving. Rail: +Tons of fun. +Dune-worthy vehicle. +Will see more use than the Z, considering I live 5 minutes from the dunes. +Easier on gas. +Much lower initial investment, higher potential of return, much higher potential platform. +Could be modified for street use (headlights, turn signals, brake lights). -Requires storage space. -Going to be heavy on maintenance due to dune use. What do you guys think? I know a lot of you think I'm just being indecisive again, but I'm trying to explore viable options so I don't end up with something I won't feel is worth it. Some of you probably think I go through ideas faster than underwear, but try not to be too harsh. >P.S. Steve, if you say anything about a dune buggy I'll wop ya.