When working with the idler arm I decided to finish the whole front and suspension. Which I did..almost. Well, I'm good at missing things. Now in turn was(is) torsion bar adjusters. These old Mopars have torsion bar type front springs. It is nice design with one advantage over most other cars...You can adjust the ride high to your desire without need to change any parts. The adjuster is located in the lower control arm and they won't come out accidentally, but they were not there! Somebody pulled them out for some reason. Who is that someone is is pretty easy to answer, but why remains a secret... But other than that, everything is now all set up!
Now signet is ready for the engine and transmission! And the electric system is there waiting for the installation too, which one I'm gonna do first is pretty much up to my inspiration. I really hated the idler arm bracket thing in advance, because it not and easy job. You must be very careful to get it right. it is critical to get the geometry spot on or you will end up with weird and uneven road feel, pulling steering, wondering, or even tire wear. So, if it wasn't much physical work really, but it took a truck load of patience and carefulness. But I think I got it right. I thinks it's good :)
Here's one more slide show about the front end. enjoy:)