Dino Suspension

It was time to address the suspension on the low mileage Dino I had at my shop. Despite the lack of miles the rubber bushings were showing their age on the suspension.

After 50 years the rubber was dry rotting on all corners of the car.

After removing the suspension arms, I had to press out the old bushings, but first I had to cut the welds that Ferrari used to tack the bushings in place.

I sent the control arms out for powder coating and when they came back after a couple of weeks, I started the process of putting it all back together!