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  1. Forum Classifieds
    Pair of front bucket seats for '69. Mint condition. New upholstery. New springs and new foam, which imo, if are not part of a seat restoration prodject, save your money. This is a must, especially on the drivers side. Professionally done. No wrinkles. $1300.00 The rear seat which is for a...
  2. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Hi, Did buy a pair of front coils spring from Classic Industries that I thought was the stock springs (part number CS6312) but I realize now it is the heavy duty springs so the car sits too high in the front. Picture in this thread: Have...
  3. Brakes, Suspension & Steering
    Will replace my front drums to discs. I have found a kit from a Swedish dealer that seems to be what I would like to have. The price is also nice - $1000. Link below to the U.S. supplier. My other option, to order from U.S. and pay shipping, customs and taxes will end up a couple of hundreds...
  4. Classic Industries
    Hi, I am close to order front disc brake kit I have a few things I would like to straiten out before I order. My -67 Camaro has manual drums brakes. * Is the kit complete or is there anything else I need to order (I will build the...
  5. Second Generation
    I'm looking for a 1972 Front License Plate Bracket and related hardware. My 72 Z28 has holes for the license plate, buy the holes are essentially at at 45 degree angle, pointed towards the ground. I need a solution that will change the angle to be perpendicular to the ground and have a nice...
  6. Restoration Corner
    The '67 & the '68 inner fenderwells are basically the same('68 rs has holes for headlight bellcrank). What is the difference(s) with the '69 fenderwell (how to identify). Thanks
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