1969 Camaro Project American Heroes Two Brake System, Engine, and Trans Install - Getting Dressed For Battle

Project American Heroes Is Ready To Take On Road Or Track Thanks To Its LS7, Overdrive And Giant Brakes, Wheels And Tires.

Arvid Svendsen Jan 1, 2009 0 Comment(s)
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Rear brakes are installed as per instructions, with the added feature of the emergency brake hardware. The Strange Engineering rear was no problem for the Baer Brakes install.

Asked about highlight of their participation in the Project American Heroes build, Jelinek admits that the quality of parts from the vendors helped tremendously. "Building the Project American Heroes car has been relatively easy with the quality of parts from the vendors who participated. But the real highlight of the Project American Heroes involvement has been knowing that the car will ultimately help support the work of the Armed Forces Foundation. If it wasn't for our military people doing their job, we wouldn't be able to do our job."

They fight for our freedom, and lay down their lives so we can enjoy security. That's why we call them heroes. Get your checkbooks ready, buyers, we're beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Time for motor and trans to find their home in one very red 1969 Camaro.

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The Vintage Air LS Front Runner system features the smallest component package available for easier engine swaps into older vehicles. These kits include Vintage Air's exclusive machined truss-type mounting bracket, Stewart Hi-Performance aluminum water pump, Delphi-Saginaw power steering pump with Integral Reservoir, Sanden SD7 compressor with formed aluminum hardlines, 140 amp alternator, optimized-ratio aluminum pulleys, ATI harmonic balancer, ARP polished stainless bolt kit, and Dayco serpentine belt. Bright finish package or black anodized kits are available.




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