I have a 66 Nova with a fairly stock front end. The car is an ex NMCA EZ Street car from the 90's and I took the front shocks off today to inspect them as the last time I had my car out I spun the back tires way too much out of the hole...well the shocks are Lakewood 90/10 and are probably from the 90's as well as they are a bitch to compress and stay that way. How safe is a fairly stock 66 Nova front end at high speeds (130 mph plus)?? My car runs mid-low 10's all motor at 6000' and I would like to put a little spray on at some time making it a low 9 car I think. Would you replace the Lakewood shocks or upgrade and put QA-1 shocks on it ($$). I have a good friend with a Smithcraft front end for sale and ultimately I would LOVE to put that type of deal on but it is somewhat out of my budget at the moment. Any and all feedback would be appreciated, thanks!