Good morning everyone! I've used this forum as a source of information for years. I'm constantly amazed by the depth of knowledge here, and have used many things that I've read here while working on both my car, and others. I've worked myself into a corner here, and I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I own a 1967 Pontiac Bonneville. 2 door coupe, 5 lug wheels, nothing fancy. No one really sells parts for these cars, and I've been able to make due with purchasing parts for a 1967 Chevrolet Impala. "Close enough" is usually "close enough"... until now. I'm trying to upgrade the front suspension, and have purchased coil over shocks and a disk brake kit. No problems there... it's the control arms that are killing me. I purchased a CPP kit for the Impala, and it's totally wrong. The Impala uses a 'torsion rod" for the leading edge, and a pivot for the rear edge. My Bonney uses pivots for the front AND the back, more like an F body. Does anyone know if there's a kit that fits, or a different year cross over? Most places lump the 65 to 70 B-Bodies together, so why I seem to have the odd man out is killing me. (Damn, I love Pontiacs, but this one is driving me crazy) I've talked to Global West, CPP, QA1 and others.. and no one seems to "understand the words coming out of my mouth". Help me H.A.M.B.. .you are my only hope!