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We are a group of car enthusiast who want to bring back the European scene to central Florida. Its all about making new friends and helping each other out. It takes all of us to keep the
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anyone have a nice lowered van? I have. 1967 dodge a100, i need help with ideas for the front end. My goal is lower it as much as possible, but still have a good ride to it.
Messin around with my 62 pickup again,trying to get some more things accomplished. Wound up having to notch the frame since the axle wound up against it when we moved it above the springs to lower the truck. Now with the frame notched and tires installed,
well the passat was pretty low, then had some bigger tyres fitted and was rolling like a monster truck so i wound it down some more yesterday. the back is as low as i can get get it (adjusters and rubber discs taken out) without cutting springs. i think i
hi guys for those that have had there car lowered, where did you get it done? looking in the surrey area really and just gathering a few quotes. any info would be helpful.
I know this is a little of the point but just thought I would throw in a quick FYI from a european view point: If you are off to the mainland (continent) and you have a lowered brazilian the interpretation of the law on SVA is slightly (actually
does anyone know where i can get my tracking done, my car is loooow front jacking points are bout half inch off of the ground? so cant get it on a ramp or even get a widow maker under it, lol. any help would be good, MarkGTX said magnum in
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