TL;DR Don't let your car sit for too long without driving it. Especially one that's almost 50 years old. Well Black Friday deals are gone and I couldn't order any parts for the Mazda because stuff keeps breaking on the Camaro. A little run down of everything that I've replaced since I picked it up. First week replaced the alternator, had battery issues all week and the battery wasn't charging. Basically right after that I'm driving down the road and progressively my steering is getting worse. I'm trying to drive straight but the car keeps moving left and right depending on the bumps in the road. Well later that same week I kept hearing a lot of road noise when turning. Sure enough the tires had rubbed all the way to the wear bars on practically new tires. Get an alignment done and two new front tires. Not even a week later it starts to sway back and forth again. The guy that did the alignment said the front end needed to be rebuilt but I figured it would last a little bit longer. So I ordered a complete rebuild kit last week and saved a mere 20 dollars from a 5% discount because the 25% discount that they offered for orders over 350 didn't apply to my parts, yay me. Yesterday I'm leaving for class and wouldn't you know my brake pedal hits the floor. I had just enough fluid in the back reservoir to get it back home after class. I bought a new master cylinder today and replaced that with the help of a new friend that I met on Ohio Mazdaspeeds. Went to crank the car and battery was dead so I bought a new battery today. At this point I'm not sure my car luck can get any worse (knock on wood). I really wanted to take advantage of Treadstone's 25% off and order my TR1045 but that'll have to wait considering I've spent over 1000 bucks on this car since I got it a month ago. I was just about to start catching up money wise and I got hit with a ton a bricks with all this shit that keeps happening. I'm sure I'll get "Well what did you expect on a car that old?". The car ran fine when my dad drove it around town but the ~1700 miles that I've put on it has made all the issues rear their ugly head. On the bright side of things, Anthony from 16w Fabworks is letting me beta test his Intake Manifold for R&D purposes!