1972 Chevelle 396
OK BECAUSE I WAS THINKING TO MY SELF "THOSE LOOK SKEPTICAL" but i think thats what ill go ahead and do. im really working on a highschool minimum wage budget so im trying to be as cheap as possible and i figured the cheap china stuff will atleast last for a year or two and by then ill have a better job and the car wont be one of two transportation vehicles.I recommend restoring to FULLY FUNCTIONAL OEM. That will yield a nice diving car that YOU (with your inexperience) can easily research the parts required and the alignment specs. Save any 'upgrades' until after you get it back on the road in drivable condition (and can save up the $).
Oh, those 'spacers' in the springs are propping them up. You NEED new springs at a minimum.
Do you have the GM Manuals for your car? ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL.