This is my second shot at a rack/coilover conversion. The first I did back in 1996 on my Race car, the 65 Dart in my avitar. This is a project that can be done with a torch, chalk, yardstick, grinder and a drill press. You will need an angler grinder if you want to clean it up a bit, I am using a 71 Pinto rack, due to its' smaller dimensions than a Mustang II/later Pinto rack. The shocks are QA1 single adjustables with 1/2 inch eyelets for mounting. They will fit into the stock shock mount on the lower control arm, and I will have to fab up a lower upper mount as they are shorter than a factory shock by one inch. That works out just right though. The first order of business is to cut everything off the stock K that will get in the way down the road. I saved the mounting plates for the 318 mounts, as I want this unit to work with either a 318 / 360 or a 5.7 Hemi when I am ready for it.The 5.7 has mounts that are three inches further back than the 318, so I added some plate to the area that used to hold the steering sector. In the first picture I welded a 10 x 20 x 1/4 thick steel plate to the bottom of the K.