I'm interested to see what everyone has done on their own to their car. Its okay, there are people who just let the pro's do it, and thats completely fine, but for those of you who wrench on it by yourself.. Lets see what you do.. Oh and estimate how much money you saved. J&M LCA's- $250 Starter wrap- $150 Plugs/wires- $100 Coil pack/ iac - $50 Headlights/fogs/tails- $150 Removal of front bumper, mirrors and wing for paint (reinstalled myself)- $300 Front/Rear speakers- $250 Front swaybar endlinks & bushings- $125 Chin spoiler, tinted rear sidemarkers, white face gauges, led bulbs, painted the calipers, tank straps. Alternator Serpentine belt Spoiler Badges X pipe I do all my own oil changes. Only time someone else did it, was when I first bought the car in 2012 and was wearing a neck brace so I couldn't crawl under the car hahah. That's about most of the major stuff I can think of. From this list, I saved around $1,225 based upon local pricing and estimates i got to do the above listed. I try and do what I can for a few reasons. 1- I know what's being done to the car. 2- It won't get scratched, dented, damaged in anyway in my possesion. 3- I trust myself. I've been trying lately to do everything myself, did the front endlinks/bushings, rear lower control arms. I'll be doing the alternator and new O2 sensors this weekend too. I don't know too much motor wise, but as for suspension, I can work on some of it, brakes my dad can help out, minor exhaust work, stereos, speakers, interior removal, lights, body parts.. Just think that owning a car this old has forced me to learn a lot about cars in general, such as working on them. Wouldn't change it for the world. Such a great feeling doing the work yourself, having a good outcome and knowing you saved a few stacks..