1967 Camaro Convertible SS396 "clone", 1967 RS coupe 327-SOLD
I think the reference on rockauto might be incorrect. There shouldn't be any practical difference between brakes on a 69 Camaro vs. a 74 Nova.This was a very popular junkyard disc brake upgrade not long ago. You would locate a Chevy Nova (or Pontiac Ventura, Buick Apollo, etc.) remove the whole spindle/brake assembly and install on your Camaro. I did this myself back in the late 80's to my 67. Yep, the banjo bolts hit the (unique to 67) bump stops. Anytime I had to change parts, I always said 69 Camaro and had no problems. The donor car was a 74 Pontiac Ventura. If you change calipers, definitely go with the 70 Monte Carlo and that would take car of the possible bump stop interference.