While browsing the RideTech website I found that they have a new computer controlled system: http://www.ridetech.com/produc...t-electronic-shocks/ They come in 3 sizes for "retromod" applications. I just contacted Scott at SACC to see if he knows anything about them.
Here's a video of one in action on a '60s 'Vette: https://www.facebook.com/ridet...os/1431315886947949/
A bit pricey at ~$10.5K. Also, they don't seem to be as sophisticated as the http://magneshocks.com that I've mentioned before, but, maybe not. "http://www.ridetech.com/info/2017/02/future-tech-electronic-shocks-are-here-today/ scroll down to the bottom.... "PRO-TOURING CARS: While the new cars rely on Magneto-rheological technology, pro-touring cars will benefit from our Instinct Electronic Shock System. Instinct utilizes electro-mechanical valving that is similar to the tried and true technology used on many exotic super cars."
Here's a pretty good review:
The brains are supplied by https://www.dscsport.com/restomod/
Anyone else interested in them? With the roads in California getting worse by the day, something like this becomes increasingly more relevant.