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Old 01-09-2021, 09:19 PM
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Default Got the rear suspension done today

Next week Iíll work on the the front! Picked up the car last March, top photo is the end of March when I got it running, bottom photo is today.


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Looks great! Congrats!

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Very Nice!!! Keep the pictures and updates coming. I'm enjoying my 65 also!

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Springs and shocks? Great looking car BTW

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Springs and shocks? Great looking car BTW

Rear springs, diff bushings, and trailing arm/control arm bushings.. did the shocks about 1000 miles ago. Thanks itís a massive work in progress


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Old 01-12-2021, 09:36 AM
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Very Nice!!! Keep the pictures and updates coming. I'm enjoying my 65 also!

Will do, I pretty much take photos every time I replace something or upgrade something.


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Looks great! Congrats!

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Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Nice looking 65 what springs did you use it sits perfect?

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Rear springs, diff bushings, and trailing arm/control arm bushings.. did the shocks about 1000 miles ago. Thanks itís a massive work in progress
Where did you get your springs and bushings from? How was the install? I'm getting ready to do the same thing and would like to know what others are using and how satisfied they are with the parts.

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