Shoot for a 69 Firebird or GTO pulley and bracket setup. The brackets were the same 67-69. You will just need to source 69 pulleys. And the pulleys are AC or no AC sets. If you can figure out the pulley part numbers you can get them from Franks Pontiac Parts. He can prob set you up without the part numbers.
I am seeking measurement reference points to ensure the quarter door frame assemblies are not located too far forward. The seat belt mounting hole on the quarter door frame seems to be a logical keystone.
I'm preparing to start building my car again and I am concerned with the placement of the left and right quarter door frames. This car is being built from the ground up since my original car was not square and unreliable from being hit and backyard repaired so many times (prior to me buying it).
Frame rails, trunk pan, and floor pan are all assembled. The quarter door frames are sitting on the jig and held on with body clamps.
Mark, sorry for the confusion. I was referring to the steering column flat wiring harness which i believe connects to the dash harness. It was amazing because my friends accidentally touched the steering wheel harness and the turn signals just started working. Thank goodness it’s solved.
Selling a set of New Vintage USA (NVU) Performance 3-1 White gauges part number 01257-03. Installed once but never used. $659.99 value. Also, included is a GM Hall Effect Speedometer Sender which is at least $40 - 50.00 value. I have installed the same gauges but with a different color gauge background. They fit perfectly in a 69 dash bezel. These will supposedly fit a 67 and 68 also if using the correct NVU adapter. These can also be installed in various other vehicles, but would contact NVU to verify. For the 69 you have to use the NVU adapter plate and the original 69 gauge housing piece that goes between the gauges and the clear plastic cover. Letting all this ($700.00 Value) go for $400.00 plus shipping. My mistake gives you a good deal on this. Message me if you would like more info and I can provide more pics. Here is a link to the NVU adapter plate you would have to buy. http://newvintageusallc.mybigcommer...pFyAEgwU9QWAYPUNK_7B-agwooYJeiOmehqnVNIU If interested and you have a 67-68 I can also send the link for the adapter you need to work on those years. I have also included a pic of what they look like installed in the 69 dash Bezel at the bottom.
Selling 69 Firebird seats. New seat covers and new foam cushions. Would prefer someone to pick up if buying but might be willing to work with shipping. $500.00. Located at 28532 Havelock, NC. Eastern NC.
Realize that is a rare option. Only 1 of 400 '68s and 1 of 92 '69s had the factory power seat option.*
If you have a '69 Body by Fisher Manual, check it to see if that helps. If not, check out pages 15-36 and -37 in the 1968 Body by Fisher Manual - Section 15. Although it does not show the specific seat to frame mounting, it has diagrams of the hardware of the '68 seat. Perhaps it can tell you if your seats are stock or something has been modified so those stilts would fit on it.
* Production numbers from "The Definitive Firebird and Trans Am Guide", by Rocky Rotella
Hi tbtx2010, I saw your post. I've been searching all night for someone that actually installed a Streetgrip system from Ride Tech. I recently bought a 69 Firebird 400. It's an original with only 56K miles. This kit looked like the answer I was looking for. I've been hesitant to pull the trigger and buy the kit. I want to keep the car looking stock but improve the driving feel. Are you still happy with it? I see your in Az, so am I. Are you in the Phoenix area?