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04-27-12 09:56 PM - Post#2219849    
    In response to PBO

67-69 Nova Rear Steer(Steering box behind A-Arms)




If the steering box is in from of the A-arms and has 10" rotors more then likely it is either a GM metric suspension(S10-Regal-etc) or a mid 70's Nova.

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