Putting shoes on the Pony

We needed to get this car back on the ground because we couldn’t reach the roof to do the body work, and I got tired of standing on a bucket, so we painted all the suspension parts and installed them. Up front the car features dropped spindles from Fatman Fabrications and a one inch lower coil spring.

Because we want this car to perform as good as it looks,  all urethane bushings were used.  Disk brakes are a necessity for stopping this wild horse … and we got them at all four corners.

Out back we used the stock leaf springs with a 2″ lowering block, to compliment the lowered front, to give the car a hunkered down look that says, “Yeah … I’m bad.”

Posted on January 21, 2011, in 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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