Let's see - how do I manage my big car projects? Well, there are a few scattered entries in my Dell Axim PDA that were probably written in the middle of a boring meeting, a few Post-It notes near my PC with some part numbers that deserve further investigation, a dogeared Summit Racing catalog, and of course my eBay watch list. In other words, most of the info is in my head, and so I'm pretty much one hard bump on a transmission crossmember away from complete project disaster. Those who feel like being better organized should head over to MyGasPedal.com, which allows one to keep track of project tasks, required parts, and general notes in a single location. Unfortunately, the site does not send anyone over to your house to help finish up all those crappy jobs like brake bleeding, but I'm hopeful that this feature will become available as the site grows.
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