What RF said i right, but i don't think replacing the coils is that bad. Maybe the excitement overcame that, haha. I had never worked on a car before, and i was able to replace both my coils and front shocks just fine. I was a little scared because i knew the risks, but i think its easier then it looks. I rented a spring compressor from Autozone, and just used that to compress the coils, and install the new lowering coils. Took me 2-3 weeks to do the entire job. I also performed the Shelby drop, replaced the upper control arms, and track double roller spring perches.
When you replace the coils, be sure the tires off fully off the ground, and get as many coils as possible on the spring compressor. You don't need to lift the car to replace the shocks.
1969 Ford Mustang Coupe
302 V8 2V