Re: Help! original Drums or disks
You're certainly not going to lose value by changing configuration of brakes, you're improving the safety of the car, always adds value.
I would keep the OE drum brakes in case you ever sell it, just for the numbers issue.
I would suggest a single piston caliper, as started in 1969, as 1967 came with four-piston calipers and price of parts is very pricey. If you do find a set of four-piston calipers, good luck, I'd send them to White Post Restorations or Stainless Steel Brakes for stainless steel sleeving of the caliper cylinders to prevent pitting making the caliper useless, or at least a paperweight.
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