Ok I found my magazine from mopar action with the following information now in checklist form 73-76 stock a body piecesTension strut rod bushings changed to urethaneMoog k7103 problem solver upper control arm bushingsGusset upper control arm mount from bracket to railWeld heavy washer to k member around nose of lower control arm stud tubeFrame connectorsGusset upper control arm/shock tower bracket to fender apronGusset steering box mounting bracket to k member74 and up C body tie rods 11/16 bolt inUrethane sway bar frame bushingsBox lower control arm920 torsion bars1 inch sway barKoni shocks on full firm16:1 manual steering box (firm feel)Eliminate bump steer in the chassis bookAlignment specs from the green brick 1.5 degrees negative camber 2.5 positive caster 1/16 to 3/32 toe in Rear endDe arched ss springsKoni shocks and rancho kicker shocks from offroad dodge pickups which controls wheel hopBrakes76 up 11.75 x 1" rotors73 up drum brake steering knuckles for large wheel bearings73 up big ball joint upper control armsViper caliper from 92 -02AR engineering adapters10" x 2.5 drums on rear.Tires were his number one improvementLight weight aluminum 15 x 8 rimsTires temp rating of ATraction rating AA or ANo m&s, all season or plus 4 tiresTreadwear rating the lower the better. Under 100 is a weekend warrior. 100 to 240 good compromise for daily street corner carving. Over 250 soccer mom's minivan or grandmas car.Wider tire equals more rubber on road. 225 fits good on dart 40-45 and 15 inch. 225/40/15Engine is a highly tweaked 340 with w2 heads and I would have to dig deeper for the engine build. That should cover the majority of it all. Everything else is stock parts from rock auto, local parts stores amazon or wherever you get stock parts.