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12-05-2012 09:39 PM
427v8 Also the C3( 69-82) Corvettes use a bolt in brake bracket. You can get them with 1 pedal or two. I paid like $25 for mine. Corvette parts are easy to come by as they are well salvaged.
They also bolt up nicely to a Vette MC too
12-03-2012 06:29 PM
lakeroadster For what it's worht........The Fox bodied Mustangs have a pedal assembly that unbolts from the car. It bolts to the firewall and under the dash. I used one on my '27 Ford and then made an adapter to mate it with a vette master cylinder.



12-03-2012 02:57 PM
timothale
new or used?

there are a lot of companies that make new pieces, or swap in from a newer truck . I have a 41 pickup behind the barn, there is a lot of info on the old chevy truck forums, stove bolts, chevies of the 40's. etc. google time and find what someone else had done.
12-03-2012 12:59 PM
barberboys
hanging pedals

does any one have photos or ideas on hanging brake pedal, would like to put on fire wall maybe with booster.will be using auto trans. this is on my 1940 chev pickup thanks steve

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