Ghia rear suspension

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  • #262
    Avatarjimmyp
    Participant

    My Ghia is sagging and could use a little lift in the rear. Any input on the difficulty of doing it myself, or any recommendations in town?

    J

    #263
    AvatarTomTheToyMan
    Keymaster

    I like Foreign Aid

    #264
    Avatarjimmyp
    Participant

    But you seem to be the only one that does 😉

    #265
    AvatarTomTheToyMan
    Keymaster

    Hmmm, they’ve always done right by me.

    #266
    Avatarjimmyp
    Participant

    Maybe I’ll give them a shot. I’ve just heard lots of “great for parts, not so much for service.” If I do, I’ll let everyone know how it goes.

    #288
    Avatarjimmyp
    Participant

    I did go to Foreign Aide, and the results are great. They were all very polite and helpful, and the car looks awesome and rides like a different vehicle. Paul (the owner?) also sold me some replacement brake hoses after noticing they were cracked. He knew I had done some of my own work on the Ghia, and didn’t pressure me at all to have them do the work. I appreciated that lack of pushiness. Granted, my brake line connectors have been a ^%$@ to remove, so a little bit more pushiness might have been helpful 😉

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Avatarjimmyp.
    #291
    AvatarTomTheToyMan
    Keymaster

    They’re good people.

    I’m glad you had a pleasant experience.

    #392
    AvatarRKLESS DRIVER
    Participant

    Despite having to go all the way to Alb. to get my KG serviced it has been well worth my time and effort. Paul is very helpful and most recently did some minor repair on the Ghia. Great shop.

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