1997 E36 323 Convertible - Best Options To Freshen-Up Tired Suspension?

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  1. 1997 E36 323 Convertible - Best Options To Freshen-Up Tired Suspension? 
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    Hi guys - Ive read thru a good number of the posts on bushes/springs/shock but remain a confused as to what the best course of action is to "freshen-up" the suspension on my car - everything appears standard and a little on the tired side
    (plenty of body roll, cluncky on pot holes etc).

    I use the car only for road, and most often 3 up (cruising for a picknick!), but would like to lower the front a little.

    Some of the coil over kits look to offer a good solution with the adjustment - can you offer any advise on what to tackle first?
    Mike H

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    Anybody able to offer any advice/experiences on this issue ?
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