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I'll check on the torsion mounts.
Found some seat covers-
Light & Breezy Flat Cloth Seat Covers Rear - FH Group®
Should match good enough-
If they fit well, I will order backseat to match.
Is there a benefit one way or the other?
No clue really
Time to see what a rub and polish will do on this old paint...
That's good work sir. I have been wrenching on one of those myself.
Still gotta get a tiny bit of temporary body work done and a finish polish done, but has been washed, scrubbed and compounded. Already a big difference.
Cleaned under the hood too-still a long way to go, but much better also.
It was for road noise isolation, just like the imperial. My 65 Monaco had it too. It was dropped probably for cost reasons.
Getting closer on the cleanup, looking good in the dark-
Show us more pictures after the compound!
Decided to lower the front end a couple inches-
Be carefull with that.
Lowering reduces spring rate risking bottoming out.
Lower ball joints are not cheap for our cars and lowering adds unwanted stress on them
Also an alignment is required.
Camber and toe is changed when lowered.
I just raised it back up, just enough to let the tires tuck slightly.
I am not driving this car yet, other than down the driveway and to the garage. Feeling things out, where I want to be, ect. It was way too low...
I will definitely be getting new tires all the way around and have it re-aligned to compensate to the drop.
After it settled again
Gave her some plugs and wires, no more popping/backfires.
Still smokes under the hood...not sure if its exhaust manifold gaskets, or burning off from sitting so long....or both?