Hey everyone. New to the site. Tried to access the FAQs and did a search on this topic but did not find anything concrete. Anyway, here is my situation: I have a 68 coupe resto mod. I have done the following since buying it about a year ago: Fixed core support as it was damaged dropped in new motor and trans installed a Hotchkis TVS system Problem: The front driver side of the car sags a little bit, about 1". It was doing this BEFORE I installed the new suspension system but it was NOT doing this before the core support was fixed or motor was dropped in. I thought the main culprit were the old springs and the new suspension would fix it. Long story short, installed the new system and it still sags. I have compared all the bushings from the control arms looked all over both sides of the torque boxes, spring saddles and everything looks identical to the passenger side. I do not see any bends, missing or damaged rubber bushings, etc. Any thoughts or ideas? Is this a typical symptom of an aging unibody?