I have a 1966 GTO with new coil springs installed; I have no idea what brand but the car appears to set to pretty much its stock height.
I would like the car to sit a little higher in the rear verses the stock height.
I thought about installing air shocks, but this car is all stock underneath and I prefer to keep it looking stock.
Can you make rear coil springs that look stock but will increase rear height 1″ -1.5″?
While air shocks will get you up the 1 – 1.5 Inches, their use will also greatly stiffen the ride. The best way to go is with new springs that will give you the extra lift, yet maintain a nice ride.
We have the springs of course.