BTW AJE has a setup now that allows to convert the front to SN95 style mc pherson front end and you can use stock spindles, brakes, rack and pinion, but you need coilover suspension. The modified shock towers apparently make room for the modular 4.6 32v In the rear there is some fabrication needed but you can install stock s/n 95 mustang rear 4 link suspension and the 8.8" rear end with stock style coil springs. I could probably swap most of mu bullit parts this way. May save quite a bit and have an easy access to replacement parts down the road. That is important as well.