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03-15-2002 10:38 AM
68newport383 You could try putting it on a 1975 chrysler newport frame or even an imperial as most of these had disc brakes and 440's in them.
Just a sugestion it would take some time but if you got it right im sure the resulting soft ride and power would be more than satisfactory.

03-07-2002 03:47 AM
1957 plymouth

I've got a 1957 plymouth savoy that I'm hot rodding. My problem is I want to put disc brakes on the front, Has anybody ever done one. I've been told that some e-body parts fit, but not all.I'm putting a 440 In It. If I change the front sub frame, whats a good/close fit.
P.S. - chrysler only parts please.
Thanks, Don

Has anybody seen a good site for 57 plymouths ?

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