Camaro Engine Frame Mounts, Big Block 396 & 427ci, Show Correct, 1967-1968
- Licensed GM Reproduction
- Black EDP Coating
- Fits 396 & 427 Engines Big Block Engines
- Driver's Side Height Of Mount = 3"
- Passenger's Side Height Of Mount = 2½"
- Width Of Both Mounts At The Motor Mount = 2½"
- Corresponding Motor Mount Available As Our Part # EP-89
The engine mounting brackets on your 1967 or 1968 Camaro are made to secure your engine motor mounts, which are meant to keep your engine in place and away from the radiator core or fan shroud. All parts are essential in your F-Body, but your mount bracket can rust over time from fluid exposure or from the constant barrage of outside elements. Eventually your brackets may lose their hold and fall off or break, leaving your motor mount and other engine components vulnerable. Rick’s Camaros is happy to offer these new OEM replacement engine frame mount brackets, made from high quality materials and correct stamped steel with OE thickness. These metal brackets attach to the crossmember of your Chevy Camaro, and are sold individually. Don’t wait to keep your engine components secure, and get a new pair of engine motor mount brackets today. From racers, show cars, hot rods, and daily drivers, you can trust Rick’s Camaros for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your 1967 or 1968 1st gen Camaro!
NOTE: Small block mounts will not work to mount the big block engine. Using small block mounts will result in the big block being too close to the steering box, off square and the cooling fan being out of place enough so a fan shroud will not fit.
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|CHEVROLET CAMARO RS||COUPE||Rally Sport (RS) Coupe||1967, 1968|
|CHEVROLET CAMARO RS||CONVERTIBLE||Rally Sport (RS) Convertible||1967, 1968|
|CHEVROLET CAMARO SS||COUPE||Super Sport (SS) Coupe||1967, 1968|
|CHEVROLET CAMARO SS||CONVERTIBLE||Super Sport (SS) Convertible||1967, 1968|
|CHEVROLET CAMARO STANDARD||COUPE||Standard Coupe||1967, 1968|
|CHEVROLET CAMARO STANDARD||CONVERTIBLE||Standard Convertible||1967, 1968|