I am deep into my build and need some help from the experienced road race/corner carver/autocross crowd. I have a 69' Dart Swinger 340 I've been building. I am finishing up the rear of the car and now I need help with the direction to take the front of the car. My rear setup is: inboard leaf spring mounts, USCarTool subframe connectors, factory torque boxes, Hotchkis -1" leaf springs, fully trussed 8 3/4 with BBP, DD 11.7" disc brake kit, 3.55RP with a limited slip. I'm trying to build the best front end to match the rear end. The motor will be a built 340 turning 7-7,500rpm and 450-500hp backed by the factory 4spd with hyd. clutch upgrade. What would be the best front suspension set up for the $$$? I will be reinforcing the factory K-member and running the factory manual steering box. Also, i'll reuse the lower control arms but I will box them and rebuild with poly bushings. Seeing as my car is the early small bj suspension with manual 10" drums, most of the front end needs replacing. So I need recommendations for the following: spindles, torsion bars, adjustable upper control arms, idler arm (quick ratio?), pitman arm, strut rods, tie rods, etc. I plan to run the 14" Baer 6 piston front brake kit with their manual booster for the brakes. I'd also like to run squared 18" wheels, but not sure on BS and width. I'm debating on the QA1 fully adjustable aluminum shocks or the Hotchkis/Fox aluminum comp. adjustable shocks. Any input on those would be great as well. I'd like to buy this stuff once and hopefully have a good setup without having to swap out parts down the line if at all possible. I appreciate the help!