In case you’ve been out of the loop for a while, one of the biggest names in coil-over suspension hardware is Aldan American. Based in Southern California, and with all of their products made in the USA, we’re seeing more and more of their kits underneath classic American muscle cars. In fact, our ’70 Chevelle project will be equipped with them this summer (more on that in an upcoming article).
There’s one demographic that is often overlooked, and that’s the classic Ford owner. Sure, Mustangs have a vast aftermarket, that’s a given, but what many don’t realize is that it’s just as easy to modify your classic Falcon, Fairlane and Mercury Cougar, too! Aldan American has applications for all of those models, and money more, including both classic ands late model Ford, GM and Chrysler products.
Classic Ford Coil-Overs from Aldan American
Put your classic Ford on rails. Add adjustable ride-height and the responsive handling you’ve always dreamed of. We’ve designed our front coilover conversion kits to replaces factory shocks and springs with high performance, adjustable coilovers. Adjust your ride-height from 0.0-2.0 inches.
Using your factory shock towers, our Aldan kit includes CNC laser cut brackets designed to fit the contour of your cars OEM mounting locations for greater strength and precise fitment. Our upper brackets once installed, will now be able to accept our Phantom Series (single adjustable) or Striker Series (double adjustable) coilovers.
High-travel, cold wound Aldan coil springs are included. Small-block and big-block spring rates are available. Our lower T-Bar mounts are machined from one solid piece of steel and are designed to work with both factory and aftermarket control arms.
Currently offering front kits available for:
- Fairlane 1966-1971
- Falcon 1965-1970
- Mustang 1964-1973
- Cougar 1967-1973
Features & Benefits:
- Direct bolt-in upgrade
- Allows for adjustable ride height
- Improves the corning, handling and ride of your classic Ford muscle car
- Made in USA
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of Timeless Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.