I have a '67 Coronet 440 4-dr with a little 318, that has been my daily driver for the past 3 years... It has 4-wheel drums that use the little 10"x2-1/2" shoes. They don't last worth a damn, I pretty much replace the front ones every couple of months. Brakes otherwise work ok, I mean, they are drums. I usually buy from RockAuto, have tried all the brands, Raybestos, etc., but they all pretty much suck. Does anyone know of a performance drum brake shoe, that maybe even gives you a choice of shoe material other than organics, something aggressive and longer lasting than the usual meager stock offerings out there (like a ceramic shoe)? Seems the only thing available are stock, rebuilt, mild braking shoes. I don't mind paying race-aftermarket brake prices if I could find them (would rather not switch to discs if I can avoid it). Any ideas?? Thanks!