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06-21-2012 09:16 AM

rusty on this question.We swapped a centre link from what I remember to be a 68 Buick then used a rear sump pan.This was in the days before kits to upgrade front suspension to Chellelle style.We also welded a plate on the lower control arms to stiffen them up.This was a cheap fix back in the 80s.

Buying a complete front end with disc brakes makes more sense now.This also allows for a better choice of headers.
06-20-2012 09:13 PM
CFR performance Oil pans- anyone use on 63 Nova?

Im looking for an oil pan for my 63 nova 327. Anyone use this company? Wondering if this pan will clear everything and ground clearance.
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