"Houston we have a problem" Can anyone help me? I have a 1968 Camaro that I am rebuilding. When I purchased the car it was running. I drove it home and began a three year process of tear down and rebuild. It is important to remember that when I began to take it apart, the fan shroud was missing, and the rubber transmission mount was broke. The car does not appear to have ever been involved in a major collision, but may have been in a fender bender or two. I bought it with a 327 and a turbo 350, although it was originally a power-glide. I have done a 90% rebuild which included new sub frame bushings (replacing one at a time so I could maintain alignment of the sub-frame) so the sub-frame was never really off the car. My problem is, the transmission is resting against the trans tunnel (passenger side) and won't line up with the trans mounting holes. The engine is about 3/4" closer to the passenger-side fender than the driver-side and the fan won't fit completely in the fan shroud. I have measured from the fender mounting holes on the rear-top of the fenders to the center of the upper valance, and the measurements are the same. The motor and transmission mounts are new, the engine and transmission have both been rebuilt and bolted together perfectly. The sub-frame does not have any signs of being modified, all the body panels are on the car and line up perfectly. However, the car does have 1969 disk brakes and a friend of mine suggested that the sub-frame may be out of a 69. I have also been told it doesn't make a difference, that the sub-frames are interchangeable. I've concluded that the body could be completely eliminated from the scenario leaving the engine, Transmission, sub-frame, radiator support, radiator, fan-shroud, and fan. Envisioning those items still assembled, the transmission and engine assembly would still not allow the transmission to line up in the cross member holes, and the fan would still miss the fan-shroud opening. I have insured the frame purchases are for the small block. Is there an answer other than the sub-frame being bent? Are there multiple versions of the Turbo 350 or tail shaft housings? I donít think itís how Iíve put it back together thatís the problem, I believe itís been a problem with previous owners as well. Which may explain the lack of a fan-shroud and the broken transmission mount.