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Username Post: Subframe Identification        (Topic#358443)
Five 0 
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10-14-19 09:53 AM - Post#2777860    

Hi All. I have a quick question about this Camaro subframe, which I obtained as payment for a debt. I do have a Camaro that I'm planning to put back in working order at some point, but I haven't learned much about these cars yet. So, I was wondering if the experts here could identify this subframe and its applications (i.e., vehicle makes and years it will fit). I'm not sure what I'll do with it yet, but knowing exactly what it is will help me decide whether to sell or use it.

Thanks in advance for your expert advise and assistance!

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1950 Styleline Special 2D Sedan
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1967 Camaro SS350 Clone

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07-27-20 10:59 AM - Post#2799671    
    In response to Five 0

I think that 1st Gen. s/f's have a rect. hole in the tranny cross member and the BB cars have one with a corner cut at a 45 degree.

So I don't know what you have.

Probably a 2nd Gen. S/F???

Might go over to David Pozzi's great site and look around/ask.

If you do, then please tell David that old pdq67 sent you to his great site.


Edited by pdq67 on 07-27-20 10:59 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

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09-27-20 08:09 AM - Post#2804374    
    In response to pdq67

What did you figure out what S/F you have?

Oh, the 1st Gen. '67 to '69 S/F's also fit '68 to '74 X cars.

("NOVA", cars)... Chevy Nova, Olds Omega, Pontiac Ventura, and Buick Apollo.


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