Ghia rear suspension

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  • #262

    jimmyp
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    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

    TomTheToyMan
    Keymaster

    I like Foreign Aid

    #264

    jimmyp
    Participant

    But you seem to be the only one that does 😉

    #265

    TomTheToyMan
    Keymaster

    Hmmm, they’ve always done right by me.

    #266

    jimmyp
    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

    jimmyp
    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 3 months ago by  jimmyp.
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    TomTheToyMan
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    They’re good people.

    I’m glad you had a pleasant experience.

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