The bolt pattern on Aspen wheel hub is 5x4,5" which is extremely common not only on vintage Mopars, but also on Fords and many European and Japanese cars as well. Suitable wheels with 5x4.5" pattern grow on trees and can be found everywhere for cheap or even for free, if you're not picky. And another good reason to go with "Aspen-style" wheel hubs is that they are originally made for heavier cars and therefore have stronger design with thicker flanges and bigger wheel bearings. Definitely something worth of taking!
So, the brakes I had for Signet are actually left overs from my '65 Valiant that I sold previously. At the time of installing them to my '65 I did complete rebuild using all new parts like wheel bearings, pistons, seals and hoses etc. I drove that car only in summer time and never put too much kilometers on it, so I was assuming the brakes may still be in good shape. This time my assuming was right. After cleaning and careful inspection they turn out to be good to go, excluding brake pads that had about 1/3 left of the friction material and maybe used for next 10 000km or so only. I did not have new pads handy now, but I will need to order some parts from rockauto later anyways, so I'll add the pads for my next order. Until that, my existing ones can get the job done just fine! :)
I build up a slide show of assembling the front wheel hub and brakes. Enjoy:) Btw, next time I'll be installing rear-axle and rear brakes and after that in turn is master cylinder and brake lines. And when they are done, Signet is basically ready to be dropped back on it's very own wheels!! It's been awhile since the last time:)