Hey everyone, long time reader first time poster. Anyhow, I have a 64 Fairlane 500 4 door sedan I've owned since I was 12 (27 now) and the car has evolved over the years from a 170/3 speed car to a 302/T5 car. Now it's time for the next evolution. I'm also an autocrosser so handling is key to me. A buddy of mine has a cut up Fox body Mustang he's scrapping and we worked out a deal for me to get the front and rear suspensions for the Fairlane. I've done minor fabrications on it before...shoulder belt mounts, the crossmember setup for the T5, things like that. Never before have I attempted a fabrication project like this. I have a buddy who's a top notch welder and he does fabrication work but not for suspensions and whatnot. Can anyone help point me in the right direction please? I'm probably being over cautious with this but considering my life and the life of other drivers is involved, I'd like to do this once and do it right Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!