This years winter project is replacing my OLD and worthless shocks that are from 1981. The guy I bought car from has "Coil over" shocks and I am looking at replacing with Hotchkis shocks. Hotchkis 79010004 and Hotchkis 79020004 shocks are pretty close in price but not sure which is a better fit for a bang for buck and handling. The car is just a weekend and to and from car shows\swap-meets. Not Racing and not hot-rodding on the streets, just a weekend driver. Anyone that has shock or Suspension knowledge I would appreciate some help. Hotchkis 79010004: Improve the ride and handling of your muscle car with Hotchkis Sport Suspension's HPS 1000, vehicle specifically tuned shock absorbers. Manufacturing features Bilsteins deflective disc valve technology in a high pressure mono tube shock body which allows excessive heat to be dissipated quicker than twin tube designs. A separating piston uses nitrogen to pressurize the shock oil, preventing aeration (foaming), which often leads to performance loss or a poor ride. Conveniently bundled in a 4 pack, shocks can be used on stock or lowered cars. Shocks are the hardest working suspension part; don't sacrifice your ride and performance to a inferior product. Hotchkis 79020004: 1.5 Street Performance Series Shock Absorbers are manufactured by Fox yet tuned by Hotchkis engineers for a smooth ride and exceptional control of your muscle car. They utilize the latest cutting-edge monotube shock technology in a lightweight, smooth bore, Type III hard anodized aluminum body with hard chrome-plating for years of durability. To prevent contaminants from entering the shocks, the rod guide employs a dual wiper/scraper seal to clean the shaft before reaching the main seal.