Camaro Pace Car Merchandise is now available !!

Support Camaro Pace Cars .com

Camaro Pace Cars .Com    My Forum Home Page    All Years Forums  Hop To Forum Categories  1967 Pace Car  Hop To Forums  1967 Tech. & Restoration    Finally located a set of NOS 4 piston Brake Pads
Page 1 2 3 
Go
New
Find
Notify
Tools
Reply
  
Finally located a set of NOS 4 piston Brake Pads
 Login/Join
 
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
Side view


Phil@camaropacecars.com


 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporter
Victory Lane
Picture of Tom McGinnity
posted Hide Post
Looks like new. How will you plan on protecting the bare steel? Any ideas?


tom @ camaropacecars.com ( remove the space between m,@,c)
 
Posts: 13401 | Location: Arlington Mass | Registered: 01 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporter
Victory Lane
Picture of Tom McGinnity
posted Hide Post
Instead of buying more.. What is it that would be incorrect about my using the pads in the crappy looking Bendix box as pictures earlier? Is the 601FF the needed number?


tom @ camaropacecars.com ( remove the space between m,@,c)
 
Posts: 13401 | Location: Arlington Mass | Registered: 01 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporter
Victory Lane
Picture of Tom McGinnity
posted Hide Post
Can I hijack for a moment? What about shoes? this is what I've got..
3829996
No lining number
no rivets ( bonded )
Olive Drab paint


tom @ camaropacecars.com ( remove the space between m,@,c)


 
Posts: 13401 | Location: Arlington Mass | Registered: 01 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporter
Victory Lane
Picture of Tom McGinnity
posted Hide Post
5469105 delco

218FF lining number

silver cad washed shoe

riveted lining


tom @ camaropacecars.com ( remove the space between m,@,c)


 
Posts: 13401 | Location: Arlington Mass | Registered: 01 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
Tom,

You may be as close as you can get. The best ones I can find today are the shoes with linings marked GM except in white. The correct ones for the 03-C cars were Tan/Black.

Here are the assembly line shoes form the photo essay I completed on Pat's wonderful #709.


Phil@camaropacecars.com


 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
Another...Delco may be correct for April. Don't follow my lead here I am way too far in the weeds on originality attempts at this point.


Phil@camaropacecars.com


 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
On the protection point they already are protected. This is a painted surface.


Phil@camaropacecars.com


 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporter
Victory Lane
Picture of Tom McGinnity
posted Hide Post
On Pat's car it looks like the bonding glue is squeezing out? So I'll assume no rivets?

How did you paint these and keep the rivets looking brass? Damn bro.


tom @ camaropacecars.com ( remove the space between m,@,c)
 
Posts: 13401 | Location: Arlington Mass | Registered: 01 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporter
Victory Lane
Picture of Tom McGinnity
posted Hide Post
Maybe I should be satisfied for having just the FF? What's the answer in your opinion to the front pad code?


tom @ camaropacecars.com ( remove the space between m,@,c)
 
Posts: 13401 | Location: Arlington Mass | Registered: 01 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
Bonded.


Phil@camaropacecars.com


 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
quote:
How did you paint these and keep the rivets looking brass? Damn bro.


Be sure to use a safe release masking tape and tape off the pads. Be sure to use safe release kind so the tape does not risk delaminating the silver lettering on the pads.

Next tape and impress each rivet then use an exacto knife end cut the circumference of each rivet head leaving the head as a round tape daub.

With all of the rivets dotted off in this manner, next treat the metal part of the pad with a rust neutralizer and then with a metal color paint and finally a clear coat.

It will not rust again and will stay looking new.


Phil@camaropacecars.com
 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
quote:
Originally posted by Tom McGinnity:
Maybe I should be satisfied for having just the FF? What's the answer in your opinion to the front pad code?


I think what you have already is perfect. I would go with it.


Phil@camaropacecars.com
 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Supporter 2007
Victory Lane
Picture of L181A L35
posted Hide Post
Nice research and restoration work Phil!!!
 
Posts: 1696 | Location: El Paso, TX | Registered: 06 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Victory Lane
Picture of festival
posted Hide Post
For those who may not know, L181L35 was one of the very first enthusiasts to see the brilliance of photo documenting original untouched cars.

Mike's research methods set the standard for restorations and the research needed to go to the extreme.

For me simply being able to photo document the next closest VIN (where the car was original in nearly every respect) was a benchmark opportunity when Pat owned the car 17 years ago now.


Phil@camaropacecars.com
 
Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
  Powered by Social Strata Page 1 2 3  
 

Camaro Pace Cars .Com    My Forum Home Page    All Years Forums  Hop To Forum Categories  1967 Pace Car  Hop To Forums  1967 Tech. & Restoration    Finally located a set of NOS 4 piston Brake Pads