Virtually all my cars that I will be keeping are 2 door hardtops and while I like the factory ride quality I prefer a slight rake to my cars that I am not sure the factory set up actually had. My recollection is that in the past Dave recommended going with ESPO and specifying a 1" higher than stock ride height for the leafs.
So for my case, what would you both recommend I pursue with ESPO for my cars to end up with a slight rake (yours looks fine to me) and a close to stock ride quality (I am OK with a little stiffer ride from the leafs, but not much but I will not compromise on having at least a slight amount of rake)? I am not sure which options remain at present compared to what was available in the past especially for 2 door hardtops?
Thanks for any additional insights.
Thats what I was thinking it doesn't look like they were cut off.
Maybe because its a 383-2? I was under the assumption convertibles got all the extra support/bracing because the lack of a roof...
One thing I do remember from the past is an old saying, "the more things change, the more they stay the same" but now I am beginning to believe is is more appropriate to claim that "the more things change, the more we have to learn to adapt"!
It seems the world these days is increasingly upside down with everyone trying hard to learn how to cope with it all.
You installing disc brakes from Summit on Regina ?The headlights need to go. I have ordered Wagner H5001 and H5006 halogens from Rock Auto (details in this thread) and I will be getting a relay kit to accommodate the slightly higher wattage on high beams.
Meanwhile, work is progressing apace on the front end. The goal is to bring Regina to @sixpkrt's 5th C-body Show in Union, IL on June 26 and to @Pete Kaczmarski's Waupun, WI show on June 27. Here are a couple of photos that @71Polara383 sent to me last Sunday.
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