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Welcome to Allpar. You might have to find an old-school body tech that can 'make' patch panels for the rear quarters. The Valiant and Barracuda body panels I see for sale online are for 2dr and maybe 4dr cars. The wagons may be different. Join a club like WPC for resources and fellowship?

Some front disc conversion kits are out there. Jegs recommends a minimum 15" wheel, so you might have to find a matching bolt diameter with low-profile tires.
Right Stuff MDC66SD: Front Disc Brake Conversion 1960-76 Mopar A-Body (Barracuda/Dart/Duster/Valiant) | JEGS (at https://www.jegs.com/i/Right-Stuff/965/MDC66SD/10002/-1 )
Complete Dodge Dart Mopar A Body Disc Brake Conversion Kit for 5x4.5 Wheels | eBay (at https://www.ebay.com/itm/Complete-Dodge-Dart-Mopar-A-Body-Disc-Brake-Conversion-Kit-for-5x4-5-Wheels-/172196593833#vi-ilComp )
All said and done, the complete conversion done correctly could go over $1000.
Wagons should have 10" drum brakes already. If the original brakes are kept in good working order, they should be safe for normal driving.
 

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You will also need the master cylinder, combination valve and associated steel brake lines to go with it. The PJ kit just shows the front brake hardware. It is incomplete without the disc/drum hydraulics.
 
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