Can you believe it? The end of the week is almost here, once again. It’s true when they say time flies when you’re having fun. Now that Thursday has hit us straight in the face and the end of the week announcing its arrival, we’re certain you are planning to work on your project this weekend. If so, maybe your plans have already been made? If those plans for spending some quality time in your garage include working on your first-gen Camaro, The folks at Chris Alston’s Chassisworks can definitely help with that.
In this edition of Throwback Thursday, we’ve opened the Power Automedia vault, and are taking a hop back to December 2012, to check out: Chassisworks Ups the Ante With New Full-Frame System for Camaros. This week’s throwback goes in-depth to answer many of the questions you might have about this putting a full-perimeter frame under your Camaro.
We first got a glimpse of the new full frame system for 1967, 1968, and 1969 Camaros from Chassisworks at the 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association. While we only had a brief time to look over this fantastic new item, we knew right from the start that Chassisworks was really onto something great with this product.
In the original article, we learn this frame has a double A-arm front suspension system featuring g-Machine adjustable upper control arms with polymer pivot bushings, and g-Machine 1 ¼-inch cross-braced lower control arms with polymer pivot bushings. Out back you have a choice of a canted-4-bar or torque arm with watts link rear frame system. There are a lot more features, and you’ll have to check out Chassisworks Ups the Ante With New Full-Frame System for Camaros to learn more.