Like most projects, the more I read up on brakes the bigger the project gets. I'm working on my son's 89 5.0 LX and my original plan was to replace the rotors and pads up front, rebuild the drums out back, and flush and bleed the fluid. I got to thinking that since the car is 34 years old, it would be a good idea to change the hoses, so I added that to my list. Now I'm wondering if I should replace the calipers and master cylinder as well. The car hasn't been on the road since I bought it in 2018 and I have no idea what was done to it by the previous owners. Since everything I've touched so far has been stock, I'm thinking not a lot was done. Is it a good idea to replace the calipers and master cylinder or am I overthinking things?