I'm just getting started with restoring my dad's 47' Ford Coupe. The body and frame are in really great shape (minus a few problem rust spots on the body). Already have the fenders/hood/trunk primed and ready for paint. I'm close to priming the body and getting set to work on the frame. The engine (79 Vet 350 small block - tuned to about 450hp) and transmission are in really great shape too. I'll just be rebuilding them and putting them back into the car. However, looking for suggestions on the best approach to improving the drivability overall, since I don't really plan to race it much. I've seen various threads and it seems to be very divided opinions on what's the best approach to take. I'd like to have power steering, good brakes (disc). Since I don't have to worry about clearances against the original frame (and in great shape), I'm leaning towards just updating the front suspension with a MII or kit. I've looked at options like - http://www.who-sells-it.com/cy/bob-...0/41-48-bolt-on-chassis-parts-2013-37108.html Suggestions welcome. Photos prior to work beginning are below. I'm looking to keep a similar stance, but likely to make mods to clean it up a bit.