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Old 08-21-2005, 11:29 AM
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Frame question

If anyone saw my post in the lounge about the GTO I aquired. You know I need a frame I have been reasearching this for the past few weeks. I found out last night that GM A-body frames would fit. Any one know if its a year range like 68-70 A-bodys or only 69 A-bodys. The Chevelle frame was mentioned specifically does that mean Nova too?
Im beginning to see why people just come in and ask questions Its a Pain in the butt reaseaching
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Old 08-21-2005, 11:57 AM
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No, not nova.

The Novas used a "stub" partial frame that went back about to drivers seat. The Chevelle/GTO used a full frame. Only similarity is they are steel !

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Old 08-21-2005, 09:00 PM
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I Know 68 Thru 72 Chevelle, Gto, Cutlass, Skylark Would Work. Stuff Such As The 65 Chevelle Is Also A Trailing Arm Set Up But I'm Not To Sure About Them. I Would Look For A 4-door They Are Usally Cheaper. If I'm Not Mistaken The Impala Shares The Same Floor Plan. The Main Thing Is What The One Guy Said In The Other Post Have A Plan!!!! If Not Back Half The Car. Truck Arm Are Pretty Cool Also.
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