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Lotsa good stuff in there. Not long after my re-paint (in '02) a once-frequent poster guy did a gray PS to a full frontal shot of my grill. Doubt it lasted through the 'Crash', but do a search on my handle just for grins - - most my posts that era were in FWB.
Your scheme sounds interesting. I tried no fewer than 4 setups before settling on sacked out SS springs as best all around - it's just too easy to get the look "TOO Low" before the "lo-rider theme" distracts from noticing anything else about the car.
Story alert: Right after the re=paint (and with the SS wheels) I tooled into the equipment warehouse at work to snag a little generator for the weekend, and the crusty old black shop supervisor eyeballed it and the only thing he said was, "them wheels ain't right for that ride." I resisted a "Well duh..." All I did was agree and said they came off my Impala SS and were temporary while I hunted for a set of '02 DTS factory turbines to pick up and get widened.
He knew EXACTLY what I was after and just nodded a silent approval. I would still love that look, but the wheels? $1,500. The adapter/spacers probably $1,000. The widening at least $900. More than the car is worth.
\'96SS SOB: SSRI, Herter Tune, Tri-Y II, , 3000 Edge, F/HO bars, METCO extendeds with CV MMC, Bilsteins, currently Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta (315/35 rear). Finally, wait for it... LT-4 knock module!
\'96FWB BUW-Butt Ugly White: PCMPerformance tune, HDFA w/ swissed filter, 1/2 SLP s.s. catback with H- and Flow Super 50s, oem opti rebuilt 3 times, SS Bars, METCO LCA, Airlift 1000, Monroe SS, PowerTrax No-Slip, CTS wheels with +1 rubber. Finally, yes again... LT-4 knock module!