Well, finally some progress.
Suspension is done, say for my front sway which is still in transit...
Ended up using partial NB hardware. 1 rubber NB busing, 1 small metal NB washer,NB tophat, generic flat washer, and OE nut. For the fronts I was able to use the slightly thicker NB rubber bushings, but for the rears I had to use the slightly thinner ones, couldn't thread the nut otherwise...go figure.
My true feeling as that shortly after the snow starts and car is garaged, I'll be tearing this car down again and correcting a few things, this could easily be top of the list... we shall see
Corrado front BBK done, biggest PITA was cutting the dust shields with shitty dremel wheels
Otherwise it's very simple. 2 bolts to attach the new bracket to the caliper bracket, 2 more to attached the caliper bracket back onto the car.
Day went sour when I found out both my rear calipers were seized badly, got replacements on their way and made sure to express my disapproval via a BFH.
Once the calipers come in, still need to install the brake prop valve, and the clutch master/slave cylinders-- then the car can be put back down and work can start on trying to get the motor back in and running.