This ended up looking really nice. Love the satin black look. I added this and replace alot of worn out suspension parts and dramatically reduced the body roll. 4 stars due to the time it took to get it in, and one of the holes not lining up correctly. See install tips below for more details.
As to be expected with these cars, the shock towers had sagged in some on my 66 coupe. I tried to spread them appart but this is a bad idea because I only succeeded in denting and cracking the paint on the fender aprons. A safer way, and the way I ultimately did it, was to lift the front of the car and let the suspension hang loose. Then attach the bolts loosely on one side to hold it in place. I wrapped a cargo tie down strap across the bar and around the motor mount on the free side. Then with a block of wood and a hammer, "convince" the other side to fit correctly. Once it was all seated, I had to elongate one hole in the top of the fender apron to line up, but you can't see it and the hat n