Ask anybody with a Willys Aero and they will tell you the front end is junk. Good geometry, bad execution. The parts wear out quickly, the front end becomes too loose to drive, or the wheels literally fall off. I'm in need of a new front end. There are no replacement parts. I've looked. When the trunnions wear out, the car is junk. They used threaded trunnions instea of bushings on the control arms, when the threads wear off, the camber/caster is uncontrolled and the arms literally flop around and eventually fall off. I have a few of options, F or X body clip(just a hair too wide), mustang 2 (lots of cutting, expensive), or "gasser" (not much room front to back). Each with thier own challenges and reasons to avoid them. With the car being an actual unibody, not unibody on a frame (like early 60's Mopars) the set-up looks like I could take a strut set-up and make it pretty simple. No upper arm, just stick the lower arm in, add the strut...there's the stock spring pocket, I could just add a camber plate and BANG! there's the front end. Disc brakes, parts availability....it looks like a pretty good system that I wouldn't need a ton of money to do and wouldn't have to cut up the existing unitized frame ( collision techs know why I'd like to avoid that....) Promblems with the idea: 1) Long enough struts. Where would I get long struts? Minivans? 2)Control arm. I have the stock control arms. I could machine the arms for bushings or build tubular lower arms with heim joints or adapt the control arm from the donor car... This seems to be a simple solution, but I know what happens when you think something is going to be simple. IT NEVER IS. Any thoughts?