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Old 11-20-2019, 01:39 AM   #1
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1969 Camaro suspension and AC question

HI Guys
I am a brand new owner of a 1969 camaro ss 350
my car is a non ac car... I am looking to do some upgrades to the interior and suspension

As for the interior I would like to add AC
I am looking at adding the vintage air full kit for non ac cars
I need to change my dash pad in the car should I buy one for ac or non ac like I have now - do I need to change anything to the dash for the vintage air kit or just buy it and install

As for the suspension
I am looking to get a more modern day ride and feel - as much as I can get out of a 69
I have been looking at the Ridetech kits
is the StreetGRIP a good kit or should I go coil overs
I will also replace both the lower and upper arms at the same time

I am also thinking of adding the TruTurn Steering System as well as the front and rear Front MuscleBar, and the Steering Kit

Has any one upgraded the steering box with - Borgeson Street & Performance Quick Ratio GM Power Steering Box, 12.7:1 Ratio
any thoughts on this upgrade

with the part list above can I still add Camaro Steeroids Power Rack & Pinion Conversion Kit or it it pointless based on what I listed above

please let me known your thoughts on this set up - would theses parts work good together - do I need them all
I would like to get about a 1-1/12 inch drop and put bigger tiers on

are there any better kits out there

any help or advice you can give would be appreciated

I am new to the classic car word but know a lot about jeep suspensions LOL
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Old 11-20-2019, 03:15 PM   #2
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I bought years ago in Hotchkis TVS 1 with polyurethane bushings and I am fully satisfied.
I lowered the car slightly and even at 140 MPh absolutely comfortable driving.

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