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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1964-72 A-body | Part 1 Fixing the Rear Suspension for Better Cornering and Ride Comfort
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