Classic cars like the Camaro, Firebird, and Chevy II Nova have been on the road for over half a century. Owners who enjoy putting miles on these iconic rides spend plenty of time on upkeep, but there are certain parts that need to be looked at for replacement on a regular basis, like the subframe assembly.
The subframe assembly is a major support structure under one of these vehicles, it adds stability to the body, and is a critical mounting point for the suspension. A subframe assembly like the one used on the Camaro, Firebird, and Nova is designed to take the abuse generated by normal driving, so they are exposed to a lot of trauma.
When a subframe assembly becomes worn, it will cause a vehicle to handle poorly and generate more road noise. The signs of a worn subframe assembly include new and loud rattles, creaks, and excessive wobbling when the vehicle is being driven. If you see or experience any of these issues, it might be time for a new subframe assembly.
Auto Metal Direct (AMD) has developed a line of subframe assemblies for the 67-69 Chevy Camaro, Pontiac Firebird, and the 68-72 Chevy II Nova. These new subframe assemblies are constructed using OEM specifications to ensure the best possible fit. AMD has made sure these subframe assemblies are made from high-quality materials so they provide the best level of performance possible. To make installation easy, AMD also offers a full line of bushings, mounting products, repair plates, and subframe assembly hardware too.
You can visit AMD’s website right here to learn more about these subframe assemblies.