September? !! Hm... lemme see. 1967 Triumph TR6C, 1967 Triupmh T100, 1973 Yamaha DT3 Flat Tracker, 1998 Triumph Daytona and now a 1948 Nimbus. If I ride the Nimbus to your house before you drive the Studebaker to mine... well. That will just be pathetic.
Oh ho ho ho...Leaving aside the complexities of a automotive vs. a motorcycle restoration, I think if you count the time that I was actually working on the car instead of waiting for it to be painted (which I would've done myself had I the proper place to do so), I've also built a custom bass guitar--complete with some tricky electronics--and a canoe during that time period. And let me say now that the Daytona does not count as a restoration--that was simply a repair. If you want to sink to repairs, I can throw an 85 Ford F-150 with an engine replacement and a Volvo with an A/C replacement and some electrical fixes. So I think we might be a bit more even then you thought.This said, that Nimbus looks incredibly challenging, and I think that might be up to a car restoration in difficulty if you're strict about brining it back original.