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02-25-2003 05:57 PM
'64 Belvedere front disc conversion

Got my good eye on a 2dr HT '64 Plymouth Belvedere, low milage, original car that was bought by a buddy who has since lost interest. Can be picked up for a reasonable exchange of pesos, so I have considered doing so. The last Mopar I had was a '37 Plymouth coupe, so I will be moving up in the world several years. The 318/TorqueFlite will be moving over in favor of a 383/4spd at some point, but only after I hone mys skills in the mopar world, too many years chasing mouses and rats...Would like to pic the brains of the Mopar minded and see what is needed to convert the ole standard front drum brakes to a later power disc set up. The rear will remain drum brake, but the front needs to be disc. I know this is a fairly common swap, and I have seen it on this body style car before, just need to know now what it takes to make it happen...thanks for any help...PACO

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