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Old 07-29-2005, 02:15 PM
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I need to know if a complete subframe Engine and all can be mounted on my 1967 Camaro.

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That's rich...a Camaro guy wants a subframe for a Camaro

These have been getting harder and harder to find since street rodders started using them about 25 years ago, even their little brothers Firebird, and Nova and Ventura and Omega and the Buick version are hard to find with clips intact in junkyards.
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Don't know where you are but I have a 66 nova subframe that is stock and in great shape that I wanat to sell for $100 in so. calif.
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These have been getting harder and harder to find since street rodders started using them about 25 years ago, even their little brothers Firebird, and Nova and Ventura and Omega and the Buick version are hard to find with clips intact in junkyards.
Best of luck.
Sorry I took a while to reply, this is my case, I bought a 1967 Camaro, there is nothing wrong with the original clip, it is a base 6 cyl 3 speed and when I say base there is nothing no ps/pb, no disk brakes, I have a 454 with TH400 to drop in, now I found a 1977 Nova with a 305, ps/pb disk brakes, what I wanted to do is swap this frame to my 67, but by visually looking it seem like the 1977 frame has to be mod to fit the Camaro.
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Sorry I took a while to reply, this is my case, I bought a 1967 Camaro, there is nothing wrong with the original clip, it is a base 6 cyl 3 speed and when I say base there is nothing no ps/pb, no disk brakes, I have a 454 with TH400 to drop in, now I found a 1977 Nova with a 305, ps/pb disk brakes, what I wanted to do is swap this frame to my 67, but by visually looking it seem like the 1977 frame has to be mod to fit the Camaro.
If there's nothing wrong with your original clip then why change it. It's not like the big block won't fit there. You can pretty much use factory parts too.
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any subframe thats not from the same generation camaro / firebird will need to be modified in order to fit the 67

and easier bet would be to find the proper spindles & brakes for the camaro subframe, and just swap them on
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