It was time for a brake job on my 67 coronet. It needed pretty much everything 10" drums, cylinders, hoses , shoes the works. I had read in mopar action Erinburgs article on the Scarebird brackets and parts list for a disc swap. So away I went. The brackets and hardware from scarebird along with parts list and instructions came in at $113 with shipping. My local bill at my automotive for calipers , shoes, and hoses was $120. A set of Ford/lincoln 10.5 rotors by raybestos off ebay was $41 So all in for $274.00 This is a manual not power set up sized to work with the manual master. I went with the 10.5 set up so I could retain my steel 14" wheels. My master cyl. is in good shape so no change there. With this setup you reuse your original hubs. My bearings and races were good and just needed trip through the parts washer and a repack. I had a pair of seals for the hubs. I've had it out just around the block a couple times because of weather no real hyw. Test but the around town and pedal feel is great. If needed I may have to install a proportion valve in the rear line but I will wait until spring and get some testing on a wet road ect.