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Old 03-13-2007, 09:06:15 PM   #1
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70-73 Full Length Frame Rails

Hey guys,

Don't know if I am late on the news, or these are being mis-represented, or if in fact it is time to "Praise God Almighty" in the fact there may be a new repro full length rear subframe rail available for the 70-73 Camaros. This is said to be a full length OEM rail from the torque box to the tail valance (what a novel concept!) Since all they have offered until this point is the rear section behind the axle. These are being offered by Tamraz's Parts and their tech dept says they are full length rails without the spring cup.

Don't know but these would save a lot of hacking a fabricating on my car if these are the real deal! Thought you guys may want to know and take a look. Would like to hear imput. I have tried to attach a pic, and these are being advertised at $199 per rail.

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Old 03-13-2007, 09:18:42 PM   #2
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yep some 1 posted a link last week now im waiting for some 1 to install them to see how well they fit or dont all still verry good news been a long time comming........................
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Old 03-13-2007, 10:36:39 PM   #3
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Frame rails

Hey Rgearhead, let me know, if you would, how they work out. I am also looking at buying them for my 73. PM me, send a post, use a carrier pigeon, step out of your garage and just yell real loud, I don't care just let me know!


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Old 03-14-2007, 12:40:59 AM   #4
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I can't help but think of all the Camaros that have been junked while waiting for these parts to come along.

I parted out my 76 LT mainly due to the frame rails being totally shot.

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