Just took this car in Friday, it's a 1960 Stude Hawk. A bit street roddy for the board but the info is still very relevent. Customer is comlaining about the horrid road manners. He didn't install this front end, only the interior and paint. It appears to be a Heidts crossmember and some unknown strut rod manufacturer with stock Mustang II arms. Check out the welds! But with about five minutes of investigation I had solved the mystery of it's handling woes. This video is of me sitting on a creeper and pushing on the front of the control arm with my foot. I am not pushing very hard, maybe 50-75 pounds of force to get this much deflection. Look closeley at the strut rod arrangement, watch it move! Can you imagine what this is doing under braking loads stoping a 3000 pound car! I am tearing into it this afternoon and will show what it takes to fix it.