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Re: 67 vs 68 Question
You might want to stick with 67 and 68 because the 69s have different fenders and quarters. I have read that the 69 has a little more room and the wheel opening in the quarters is a little different. One thing I would recommend you consider is whether you will retain the stock brakes because future upgrades can change things. When I installed front discs from CPP it moved the wheels out about a 1/2".
68 RS Coupe 355/350 TH, Detroit Speed, Hotchkis, Vintage Air, 8.5" 3.42 posi 10-bolt, MagnaFlow 2 1/2" exhaust, etc.
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