Dave- Actually, that shock set-up was on Mike Spina's car before aftermarket arms were allowed. By Bunderson. The second car like that was Bill Cannons. Ramsey had his done to the 2 seat car after Spina's showed it worked. 1984 was the correct year. You could order the front arms without shock mounts and un-heat treated from Wright, put on the mounts you wanted, and send them back for heat treat. They actually cost more this way! These cars were actually some of the first to push the sleeved bypass shocks (Bunderson/Fox) and Kevin also made big single shocks for the rear before anyone else was making them. Sleeves, bypass tubes, etc... We were one of the guinea pigs.