How To: Hotchkis Chevelle / El Camino Suspension Install

Follow along as we transform a 1969 El Camino SS into a hard-charging canyon carver with a Hotchkis Total Vehicle System suspension install. This system is available for all GM A-Body muscle cars and can be installed with hand tools in a weekend.

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Tutorial:1964-1972 Chevelle, GTO/ Other A-bodies-How to Install a Front Coilover
This video is about How to install a front coilover on 1964-1972 Chevelle, GTO, El Camino, Malibu, and other A-bodies tutorial. You can also check out the video featuring the 1964-1972 lower control arms for coilover applications: For more information about our suspension parts, call us at 1-877-470-2975 or visit *Did this Global West tech video help you today? Hit the Subscribe button! Also join Global West Suspension on social media. FB: TW: Pin: LI: IG:

Pros and Cons of Tubular A Arms for Classic Cars Gas vs Hydraulic Shocks Episode 192 Autorestomod
Why Tubular A-Arms for your First Gen Camaro, Chevelle or Nova? Larry and Jeff look at pros and cons of the popular upgrade for GMs. They also look at Hydraulic shocks vs. gas. As well as best alignment specs for First Gen Camaros. Home page: Rate, ask questions, we are very good about responding! Thanks for watching! Jeff Ford Contact: Sponsor: Parts: Camaro Shock QA1 Front: C-7345B-05B Camaro Line Set Front Brake Stainless Steel: C-4685-30C 67-69 Camaro Tubular Front Control A-Arms Upper and Lower 68-74 Nova SS X Body: KMJ 12013KIT

1971 Chevelle 600ft Slalom w/Hotchkis Sport Suspension
Hotchkis customer Greg Hohman's 1971 Chevelle going through the 600ft slalom. The car is equipped with a Hotchkis Total Vehicle System (TVS), a Hotchkis rear suspension package (upper/lower control arms) and upper and lower tubular front A-Arms.

Replacing Rear Springs on a 1970 Chevy Chevelle
Replacing rear springs on a 1970 Chevy Chevelle.