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02-06-2013 06:10 AM
Norm3
fingers crossed and thanks

Just to update this I contacted Summit with the pics and they confirm it is a first generation Camaro 67/69 so thanks for the help guys. I really hope it is as I am expecting delivery tomorrow of full front end rebuild with bigger sway bar, manifold & carb etc. Time to get busy.
01-07-2013 06:13 AM
Norm3 Thanks, I am going to replace all the bushes etc. so maybe a new sway bar too. I'll see what parts I can track down.
Cheers
01-06-2013 04:38 PM
Jake Brake Nova or camaro rear steer with a brake kit on it. looks like metric calipers With air bags look to switch the front sway bar to a little bigger one. It helps a lot.
01-04-2013 06:04 PM
enjenjo It could also be 68 to 74 Nova, functionally the same subframe as the 67 to 69 Camaro, and many of them came with disc brakes.
01-04-2013 05:51 AM
Norm3 Thanks Guys, that was quick. I am not sure of the stud pattern other than it is a five stud. It has what look like Vintique wheels with two patterns ie 10 holes. I will measure up at the weekend and see if I can work it out. I will do some more research on the 67-69 Camaro route to see what I can come up with. I sent the pics to Real Steel to see if they could help but no reply yet.
Now I need to find out what carb I have on the 305 so I can rebuild it, some old single barrel leaky thing, might be best to replace with a four barrel and a manifold, but I'll save that for another post.
Came with an English MOT but lots to do to pass our Isle of Man test, oh well spanners ahoy!

Thanks again
01-03-2013 08:26 PM
NEW INTERIORS It's Not a Mustang..
01-03-2013 05:39 PM
MARTINSR You know what, they may be original, I was thinking, the 67-68 had a four piston caliper I am pretty certain but the 69 I believe was single piston so it could be a 69 subframe.

Brian
01-03-2013 05:22 PM
delawarebill
bks ??

the calipers look like gm metric's.. early '70's
01-03-2013 05:05 PM
MARTINSR Yep, 67-69 Camaro. 70 and up had front steer.



And those aren't stock brakes so you are going to have to do some research to come up with the pads.

Brian
01-03-2013 04:59 PM
flynbrian48 Looks like an old Camaro or Chevelle, what with the rear steer and all. What bolt pattern is it?

Brian
01-03-2013 04:34 PM
Norm3
Is this a Mustang front end?

I have just bought this 1949 F1 fitted with air ride and I am told a mustang front end. I want to rebush it etc but am having bother identifying the year etc. Anybody recognise it?
cheers

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