[if you believe bags are for groceries, please move on] I've shared and I've learned from many on here, time for me to share some more. Background: I have a 1953 Cadillac that I had originally rebuilt the 331 (at great expense), but continued to have problems with. I replaced it with a 2008 5.3l Vortec EFI, and 4L65E tranny. She now drives reliably...but stopping, not so much. I had her lowered on Jamco Springs, but they obviously were not meant for this car. Of course...I love the low...so airbags it will be! Of course, the front suspension and steering was worn, and she had drum brakes, and the original single chamber, non powered boosted, Flintstone style braking, so we decided to just go ahead and subframe her. The chassis of choice? A GM B-Body. We looked for a 94-96 Impala SS (Rear discs), but settled on a running 1994 Buick Roadmaster for $900. I'll post some pictures in a few minutes. This project is underway, so there is more to come.