We don’t need no stink’n springs!
It’s puzzling, really…
Why would anybody do that?
This isn’t a coil-over-strut spring/strut assembly? Why would anybody take them out, remove the struts, and put them back without putting springs on it? It’s not like they’re an option, 7 speakers rather than just 4.
5 miles to work might not be a big deal, but where I live a person couldn’t even stop for milk or bread, or gas at half the stations. The driveways to any of the grocery stores would bottom this thing out so much that a wrecker would be required to unstick it when it ran aground.
Unless those headlights adjust down enough it couldn’t be driven at night without blinding everybody.
One can only speculate…
Maybe the owner had a bad experience once with springs. We had a guy where I once worked, Gordy, and the boss asked him to hook up a trailer to a vehicle and go pick up something.
Gordy refused. He said, "Boss, I like working here and I need the job. You can fire me if you want. I understand, but I don’t do trailers!"
We asked him why? What happened? He said, “Don’t ask!”
What make, model, model-year? It looks eerily familiar.