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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Apr 19th, 15, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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BB build in 67 Camaro

whats the main issues I will be facing going to a 454 in a 67 Camaro? Buy new motor mounts or both motor mounts and engine mount towers for swap (Rick's Camaro)? I know radiator, etc. I'll need transmission mount bracket, headers, steering box change (think Detriot Speeds 600 box). Doug's D320-R headers. 12 Bolt rear end, Wilwood brakes. with 4 link. Subframe connector's. Using original subframe and rebuilding it all. Want the 70's stance, not something dropped down. Where do I buy most parts, and what is a good fit for a job like this? We want a street car, that can be driven on the highway, big block with auto transmission, better than factory steering and handling, etc. I know the parts cost money, so that's not an issue. Any idea's???? I'm trying to keep this as easy as I can, without a bunch of fitment issues.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Apr 20th, 15, 05:00 PM
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Re: BB build in 67 Camaro

Miotor mounts or motor plate, crossmember according to which transmission you want to run. And the obvious things like headers. If money is not an object, do a rack and pinion steering setup. Did one on my pro street 67 and it handles and steers SO much better.

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