I've read every post I think on model a rear suspension. I have no money or car but I still think about this stuff. Say I was building an A sedan on deuce rails. And for giggles I did in in the vein of metalshapes roadster. Everything I've read says split wishbones on the rear are a no no. To complicate it farther, I want a back seat. I really like the pinkees setup with the quarter ellipticals seems to not use a lot of space. Now say I had access to a full machine shop after hours. Could I just make bushed "trailing arms" that look like split bones and mount outside the frame and use the quarter elliptics? Someone mentioned in one of the threads about using split bones and two bushings at the rearend. I know tman runs split bones and a torque arm setup, metalshapes just runs the bones. I'm rambling I know, but what I'm asking is does anyone see anything wrong with making rear "bones" out of solid stock and using bushings to mount them? Would it be possible to get away without the torque arm then? In the real world it doesn't matter because I have no car and no money but I can dream can't I? Any input anybody?