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Looking for some 67 327 SBC engine parts...

Just got all the brake lines in this weekend along with the booster and master cylinder, and the four piston calipers too. I tell you it sure feels good to get some progress on the car. It is actually amazing on how when you use all new lines and a new master cylinder how a lot of the fitting seem to leak.....

Anyhow I am now moving to complete the final assembly of the engine. I am lookng for a few little brackets and it seems they may be hard to come by.

The first is the PCV bracket that attaches to the intake. I know that NPD, Ricks seem to have something that is similiar but I was looking for the GM version that is correct. any ideas? I am also looking for the bracket that attaches to the coil for the throttle return spring on a quadrojet. thanks


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Both those are readily avaliable from 'repoppers'.

NPD lists the PCV mount clip for 67's as C-1762-31A ($15) [you'll also need a studded bolt for the rear-center manifold bolt on the passenger's side]
And the Coil Mount as C-2183-2DB ($10)

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Re: Looking for some 67 327 SBC engine parts...

Thanks John, but for some reason I am thinking that the stock brackets are a little different than the repops (at least for the pcv). I am trying to go back to factory. I just saw one go on ebay for $43.00 for the pcv bracket. wow........ I guess that i could go that route since it woud probably never be seen under the air cleaner. I guess I have to look into it, infact I am going to look back in the catalog with the numbers you provided... You know when I close one door on this car it seems like another one opens.. haha

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The 'one' most repoppers list is the universal 65~70'sumpin' bracket
The number I gave you is the 67 specific one, that NPD and a few others carry

The "stud" to mount it is usually the sticking point.
If someone left your original in while working (even if they put it in the wrong place) then just move it - if it's missing, you can buy a 'set' of bolts from the repoppers ($20- ), or just go pull one from a vehicle in a wrecking yard ... or grap one from your bolt bin after years of collecting bolts from vehicles

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Re: Looking for some 67 327 SBC engine parts...

thanks John, I think I may have the correct stud for the bracket. I am on the road right now so I left my NPD catalog at home and can check it this weekend.

thanks I need to put an order in soon anyway.

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