Lean On Me
Does your Mopar lean into the corners? Whether you need a sway bar, polyurethane bushings, remanufactured A-arms, or springs, Quickor Suspensions has what you need. The sway bar kit can be purchased separately, or include it with a complete front suspension package. Quickor Suspension; 503/654-2175; quickor.com

The Big Whoa
Is it time for a rebuild in your braking department? Performance Suspension Technologies has everything you need in one kit to make your '50s-'90s ride stop like new. Why run all over town looking for the parts you need when you can get it all in a single kit? Performance Suspension Technologies, Dept. MPRM, P.O. Box 396, Montville, NJ 07045; (800) 247-2288; www.p-s-t.com. Mention code S101 for a free catalog.

Rack (and Pinion) It
This TIG-welded 4130 chromoly tubular K-member and its components will convert your A, B, or E-Body Mopar to a rack-and-pinion/ coil-over suspension. The kit comes with upper and lower control arms, custom rack and pinion assembly, coil-overs, dropped spindles, steering column adapter, hardware, and detailed installation instructions. The conversion is intended for use with Wilwood disc brakes and a motor plate. Magnumforce Race Car Fabrication; 408/559-6633; magnumforce.com

Details, Details...
Anyone who restores Mopars knows that, in the end, it's the little things that make the difference. Take, for example, these upper shock bushings from Totally Auto. The concours-correct, one-piece bushings are as close as you can get to the originals, and they provide just the right amount of detail to polish off your restoration. They even come with the authentic markings. Totally Auto Inc.; 215/322-2277; totallyautoinc.com

For a Smoother Ride
New shock absorbers from Kanter Auto Products can make a big improvement in the road performance of your Mopar. These absorbers cushion road impact; prevent excessive chassis rebound; reduce sway; and generally improve handling, comfort, and ride control. Kanter stocks an impressive inventory of shocks (including knee-action and gas-charged types) for cars from the '30s through the '80s. Kanter Auto Products; 800/526-1096; kanter.com