Been doing a bunch of odds and ends tidying up on Johns car and now to the last major thing that I can do that I was going to let him do but I think I will just tackle it since its still here. So, there is coil overs in the back what would be the easiest way to lower the front on this 88 with the 18 inch wheels.
1 set of Rodneys lowering ball joints Check! time to make it look right. I don't think we need to beat that horse to death showing the install you guys know the drill Been a long road getting the car done but with these installed thats it folks just a bit of detailing and done. Onto the next build..
Tomorrow morning the Rottin Chop leaves for it's new home. It is going to the same owner that bought Robochop. John will have access to drive it whenever he visits as I will be servicing the car for as long as the new owner has it. We have few things to work out yet like seat covers but overall the car is done and on the road and lays rubber like a champ. Thanks for all the support everyone!! We got this done for John and well life, military and time has a way of changing things and John is now onto his new life as an Airline Pilot and just simply did not have the place to keep the car anymore in case you were wondering why the sale. I had a blast building it and will do another eventually again!
Any update on how the new owner is treating it these days?
The car is sitting in a garage being stored away for the future. When bringing home it was having issues like it went into limp mode backfiring and chugging along. I think being the ac wire is not hooked up on the line from the pump he turned on the ac thinking it was there and it tripped it. I noticed my chop did same thing if ac was turned on when not hooked up. or bad Coil pack or crank sensor. Other than that the car still looks good, just needs some sorting out. The owner works as my assistant at my job so I have a constant eye on this one and my old Chop that he daily drives.