I have a 1964 Ford F100 w/ straight axle. I want to do a more modern suspension upgrade. I have looked into suspension systems from different aftermarket manufacturers such as TCI & Fat Man. However, both of these systems are out of my current budget. I have read that a front suspension out of a Crown Vic or Marquis will work.My questions are. Will it work? If so, What years? How much and what modifications need to be done to get it to work?I looked at a couple of cars at a local salvage yard and did some frame measurements. Here is what I found. The Crown Vic's frame width is 37 inches outside to outside whereas my 64 is 34 inches outside to outside. The cars I looked at were a 1989 and a 2001. Both had the same frame width and the basic suspension setup. Neither had Rack-N-Pinion steering. Is this going to be a problem?The truck currently has a 460 engine backed by a C6. I know that I will probably have to change the oil pan to a rear sump pan for clearance issues.Any help will be appreciated.