I have finally decided to keep my '66 stang and not sell it. With the coupe market the way it is I just don't see it being worth selling right now. Now...I had been planning on using it to fund a lift/tires/driveshafts, etc for my 77 F-150 which is almost restored. Needs upholstery, some of the painless wiring harness ran, bumpers, tires, and that's about it. When I finish the bed I could probably get 5000 at least out of it. I have a month till I need to go to school so I need to find out something fast. Now...I'm also getting a 289 HiPo from a Shelby complete from the cobra oil pan to the air cleaner. I figured I might could get about 2500-3000 out of it. My '66 needs a new steering box, alignment, wheels/tires, and a new set of lifters so maybe I could get somethin cheap like Cragar street stars, put about 900 in the engine for new 4 barrel, cam, headers, get some nice new exhaust and fix the other little things and keep my truck setting stock on 33s and finish the interior up some and drive it. Here's the other option...this 289 HiPo only has 50k original miles and needs a new carb...so say I get 5000 for my precious truck I get a new Demon, paint it up and put a more aggressive cam in, dump it in my car, new steering box, lower it 1", some 454s or TTIIs, front disc brakes, new dashpad, gauges, and rollbar, cobra front clip, shelby hood scoop and drive it as is after maybe a good wetsanding. I'm torn greatly...I can take some things off my truck like the nice heavy duty starter solenoid, optima deep cycle, stereo, pertronix ignition, mufflers, etc. What would you guys do in this spot?