The only 12 bolt that is a bolt in fit are the housings made for 1967-9 Camaros and 1968-71 Novas. You need to research on your own this topic on this site and there is plenty to read because having told you which housings fit, those housings, at least most, will have multi leaf perches so you would need different perches or adapters or different springs. Having said that, I only would pursue that type rear if I was a purist for original equipment(which I am). A 9 inch ford and Dana 60 have always been regarded as stronger units and preferable. If 12 bolt is your pick, then I feel a cheaper route would be to get an 67-72 A body (Chevelle,Cutlass,LeMans,GS Buick) coil spring which are much more plentiful thus cheaper and weld the leaf perches on. They are a little wider, but wheels are available with many offsets nowadays. I would keep the mono (single) leaf springs as most serious drag only cars ran these. Good Luck...Oh, and the traction bar? If it is metal, it can be straightened,and I will add-cut,drilled,welded,altered and re-fabricated. Would like to have a pic first to see for myself how to proceed, but guessing an arbor press and a rosebud torch will take care of this. Air shocks...scrap 'em. Those A body rears came in a lot of 6 cylinder cars believe it or not. I got one out of a Canadian 69 Buick Special 2-door post I scrapped if you can't find one.