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Do you know if this will work in a f body 67? Does it have room to have the alternator placed like that? If so it looks like the kit I will get!
Asked the tech support at pace p. also and they would get back.
Don't know about a 67, but the only thing that might cause a problem would be steering box interference.....but I think the alternator is tucked in enough. Used the same thing on 63-67 Chevy 2 Novas with stock clip and it all cleared....


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Don't know about a 67, but the only thing that might cause a problem would be steering box interference.....but I think the alternator is tucked in enough. Used the same thing on 63-67 Chevy 2 Novas with stock clip and it all cleared....


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Well it maybe work then? The nova is similar in the front as far as I know? Without being an expert... Would look good to have it down there.
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http://paceperformance.com/i-6485405...7-engines.html

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But if there possible to hide the alternator I will go with that. Maybe more easier to se when the engine is in the subframe.
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Or maybe it is the 68-72 nova that is the same...
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Or maybe it is the 68-72 nova that is the same...
68-72 Nova is almost same as Camaro, 62-67 are completely different. The accessories Pace recommends are essentially Corvette, much like the Holley..

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yes you can use the holley setup in a first gen camaro no problem. if your using it for the p/s alt you will need to use the smaller p/s pulley to clear your upper control arm. you can find the info and part # by looking at the install instructions.
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Well it maybe work then? The nova is similar in the front as far as I know? Without being an expert... Would look good to have it down there.
Pace p. Recommended this
http://paceperformance.com/i-6485405...7-engines.html

Good price!
But if there possible to hide the alternator I will go with that. Maybe more easier to se when the engine is in the subframe.
You can use either the kit (listed above that mounts the Alternator high) from Pace or the Holley kit. The only difference is the Holley kit uses the truck style alternator. The Pace kit is great for the price. The Holley kit is nice because it is one stop shopping. I have the Pace one in my 68 and a local buddy with the Holley one in his 69. Plenty of clearance using the stock PS pulley that comes with the kit. Won't go wrong with either one. If you add AC, the Holley AC bracket (like Samckitt shows) is the same exact setup I have in my car.
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Thanks for that answer!
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