Matt's kits and a few that advertise in the Rags, Super Chevy and Car Craft seem to have some good deals. I think I would have gone with Matt if I did not get sall my major componets free. If your going to piece together a set up you will spend a few bucks. I was lucky and have just over a grand into the enire front end rebuild with new brakes and hotchkiss springs and sway bar.
I think going with a kit is going to be your best deal. Some things to think about while doing it are new springs, your already there so do them also. Replace what ever front end parts you can afford. If your budget is low do the ball joints, again your already there. The next would be bushings, a few bolts and the control arms are off.
If you need to do these things, doing them at one time will greatly improve the overall performance of the front suspension when the new disc brakes are applied in a panic stop. Good luck
Major area to look for with kits are new prop valve and brake lines to adapt it. This is worth about $225.00 if you need to buy them. Check inline tube for what I think is the best price.
"If you can leave black marks on a straight from the time you exit a corner till the time you brake for the next turn.......
Then, you have enough horsepower."
My 67 Camaro Time Line
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