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Old 01-05-2003, 09:19 AM
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Question Nova SUB-FRAME

I have a Buick Regal with all new brakes and bushings and i was wondering if the sub-frame will fit under my 1972 Nova.

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Old 01-05-2003, 10:52 AM
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Some info I have the 72 nova widht in front is 60 inches,what year Regal 78& up 58inches width in front,it could work
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what year regal?
something from 64-72 GM a body you'll hve a chance.
newer and you can forget it.
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oh yeah, regal with a subframe?
nope, they were full frame cars up to about 87..
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Subframes for the Novas are the same from 68-74.
Find a nice 4dr with a v8, auto, and Deluxe on the front fenders. You'll probably find disc brakes and PS,PB.
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i know a 78 buick had a sub-frame like a camero i got one setting in my yard,jst waiting on a 49 chevy pu to put it in.
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