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About 5 years ago I remember seeing a front suspension kit that used a loaner tool to weld upper A-arm mounts. I think it may have been for a Nova 68 Nova.
It did not replace the front subframe.
Cannot find that kit now.
Does anyone know what company it is?
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Gulstrand had a fixture for relocating the upper arms that required removing the existing mount and welding on their mount along with a custom upper arm and coil overs bracket. That was a long time ago(1980's), there are probably others doing it.
 

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Are you thinkng of a conversion deal for the shock tower style '62-67 Nova chassis instead....because the '68-79 Nova front subframe already has good a-arm mounts on it.
There is a "Guldstrand mod" template to redrill the hole locations for better track course handling(anti-dive on braking, better camber curve for cornering), but it is a simple paper template.

Of are you thinking of some sort of "Corvette" or big aftermarket brake kit with a taller spindle or Vette spindle and Corvette a-arms(the forged aluminum C4 vette arms)??

You might check with Church Boys Racing (CBR)if it is the early Chevy II.

Detroit Speed maybe for the '68-up subframe.
 
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