Facts as I know them; 1965 2 Door Hard top Engine 200 1v I6 Manual Steering Automatic Transmission This is a car my son has always wanted, so we found it in someones backyard all taken apart. The previous owner put a new brake cylinder on it with dual reservoirs. Looking inside it looks like there might be rust inside the reservoirs. I do not know what I need to do about that issue, or if I should change to a different reservoir. Upon taking off the wheels and tires I found that the drum brakes are different, front to back. The front drums and larger and are imprinted with "CIO 444" amd CANADA. The rear drums are imprinted with "DIA 9.060" and the number "712641" and the word "Century". I have a suspicion that the front drums are not the same drums that the car came with, but do not know how to understand what the full situation is. I would like to convert to disc brakes on the front, but need some help with some issues. -The wheels have 4 lugs, not 5. If I want to use the heftier V8 spindles I need to convert to 5 lugs I am told, that would be find but we do not have the finances to replace the back end to convert it to 5 lugs also. Is there a big enough reason to change to 5 lugs? We will never convert this to a V8 and hope it is not raced or driven hard enough to ever need the heftier spindles and the V8 brakes. -I am told the steering mechanism likely needs to be redone, do you have thoughts on this? -This is my sons car and he is financing it, he is a great driver, does not speed or drive recklessly and I trust he will not let the car go to his head or right foot. But if you were me, what would you guide him to do with the car? Any help or experience you can offer would be much appreciated.