I used to have a 1984 Fiesta, same body style as you 78 more or less. I have got some front suspension bits somewhere, unless I threw them out. You can have them for nothing if they are any use to you. Mine was a 1.6 Diesel, VERY smoky and it was the rust that killed it. Did pretty good MPG though.
Wow! What a nice gesture!
I don't know if I need them because I haven't gotten the car roadworthy yet, although it's getting close.
I've had it for about 4 years now, but it's never rolled on it's own wheels since I've had it.
It sat in a barn from 1986 to 2017, and when I got it, the tires were all flat and the brakes were all rusted and seized.
The brakes are all re-done now and it's got new tires on freshly painted wheels, but it's still up on the stands.
If you run across that stuff, let me know and we'll figure something out.
Thanks for the offer.
I love Rock Auto. Sometimes I will order suspension bushings for the van and I'll get the name brand stuff even though it is supposed to be the economy brand. Perfect example, last month the bushings I ordered came in a Moog box despite being the no name brand.
Yeah, I usually try to get Beck Arnley stuff because most of the time it's OEM leftovers.
Everything I ordered for my '85 MR-2 that was Beck Arnley turned out to be OEM from old stock.
On some parts, I think Moog IS the economy brand (quality wise, anyway).
I recently ordered a Moog lateral arm for a Subaru Forester and that thing looked like third shift made it on a Friday... during their favorite co-worker's retirement party.
Our Moog branded stuff when I worked in flight simulation was top notch.
My son likes Rock Auto for the magnets they include with the orders.