So the sway bar bracket is considered to be a jack point. I feel better about using it now. It could still be a bit stronger though.I dunno, my 90, which is fundamentally the same floorpan as an Milano/75, has plenty strong jack points. I've used a two post hoist and floor jacks under all four jack points on my car and they're as strong as any other factory jack point on any other car I've ever owned.
On these cars, a really good place to put the hoist pads is under the front subframe close to lower control arms and under the rear, on the subframes near where the body seam from the inner wheel arch starts to turn upwards, in line with the end of the sill/rocker panels.
There is also a jack point under the front (radiator) crossmember which is quite strong, I've used that several times, I don't know if Milano/75's have it.
There's actually a socket/hard point on the 90 in the middle of that crossmember, I have jacked on the crossmember itself there a few times before. I haven't jacked on the swaybar, right on the crossmember.So the sway bar bracket is considered to be a jack point. I feel better about using it now. It could still be a bit stronger though.