Re: Brake line fitment on MC, dist block, prop. valve ???
Wow, that whole setup really looks great and you did a fabulous job of making the connections look professional and better than factory; looks way better than my somewhat hodge-podge just make it fit OEM setup. Just thought I'd comment on the barrel shaped valve under the MC. It's the metering valve (commonly called the hold off valve) often confused with a proportioning valve. It holds off fluid flow to the front calipers until pressure reaches 30-40 psi to allow the rear shoes to expand prior to the front discs starting to clamp on the rotor. I don't know if the '68's have the proportioning valve on the subframe under the driver's seat like many of the '69's do. Good job!
'69 Z/28, Lemans Blue/White Stripes, DZ302, Tremec Magnum, 4.10, Procar Elite Seats,
Custom Upholstery, Dynatech headers, 17" VWW V45's, 235/45, 275/40, C5 Front Brakes