Quesada installed drop spindles and airbags on this project. And because he knew a welder, he saved big. He used #2500 bags on the front and #2600 bags on the rear, with two air tanks and four air valves to manipulate the two-link rear suspension. His dad helped with welding the suspension components and the C-notch. He spent $575 at Adams Air in Tampa for air suspension parts, but the rest was paid in sweat equity.