Originally Posted by MARTINSR
And thus one of my reasons for NOT doing a sub frame clip job on a vintage car, that sucker is likely going to be big problems. We really need to see photos of the attachment. And before you spend any time on it you want to put the cab on and front sheetmetal to be sure the wheels are sitting where they are suppose to be. And measure out the wheel base side to side to be sure it's right. If you remove the shocks and put some nice big allthread you can tighten it up pulling the front down to ride height as well. The rubber bumpers are going to be about an inch and a half from hitting the control arm as I remember.
It does look like a late seventies Camaro.
not to hyjack, but why, when done correctly (diamond braced) and the build documented , (like in a note book of what was used) there are no issues..