baby it till you can get atleast the spring and rods done. Breaking a spring is not fun. If you beat on it, save up a couple thou to eventually rebuild or replace the rear, Ive gone through a pinion bearing and will probably need a new carrier and axles in a couple of years or sooner, depending on how many times I get to the track.

Suggest modifications, from my experience so far, air lid (huge difference), tubular panard bar and lower control arms (locks in rear suspension and damn near eliminate axle hop), sub frame connectors to tie the whole car together. I don'e have the SFCs yet, but hope to get them over the next year or so.