Chassisworks Ups the Ante With New Full-Frame System for Camaros

When it comes to American muscle cars, there is no limit to what can be done with a pro-touring goal. That is unless you’re hindered by time, money or ability to create your perfect car. But lucky for you first-generation Camaro fans, Chris Alston’s Chassisworks just recently added to their line of 1967-1969 Camaro parts, making it easier than ever to build your ultimate ride. Among the new products is the amazing gStreet Camaro Full-Frame System. Now you can save time, money and stress when building your big-wheeled pro-touring beast all while getting a full-frame system of the same great quality as all your other Chassisworks components.

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 on to something great with this product. But then again, what else would you expect from one of the leading chassis companies in the industry?

For those high-horsepower, big-tire, pro-touring Camaro builders, this full frame system offers the ultimate bumper-to-bumper chassis right off the shelf at Chassisworks. This means no more time and stress on your part fabricating your own chassis solution. And because it’s an off-the-shelf product, Chassisworks can get it to your front door a lot quicker than if you were to order a top-tier performance vehicle.

So what does this system actually give you as a pro-touring Camaro owner? Well, first of all, the frame is manufactured to support 1,000hp performance setups. That means this full frame system is perfect even for you elite competitors.

With a double A-arm front suspension system, featuring g-Machine adjustable upper control arms with polymer pivot bushings, g-Machine 1 ¼-inch crossbraced lower control arms with polymer pivot bushings, adjustable rate anti-roll bar, and rack and pinion steering the Chassisworks full frame system touches on every detail of supporting high-performance pro-touring Camaros. These front suspension components are supported further by billet aluminum uprights and an infinitely adjustable bump-steer kit.

A variety of VariShock shock absorbers come as options, from 4-way adjustable remote reservoir shocks and double-adjustable coil-over shocks to coil springs with choice of spring rate double-adjustable air-spring shocks, to complete your front suspension package. Brake system options consist of 14 or 15-inch cross-drilled rotors with black E-coat finish, Wilwood W6A 6-piston radial mount calipers and Baer 6S 6-piston forged-monoblock calipers.  

Out back you have a choice of a canted-4-bar or torque arm with watts link rear frame system. This comes with choice of g-Link lower tubular steel arms, billet aluminum g-Link lower arms, and billet alloy steel g-Link single or double-adjustable upper arms. The same shock options are available for the rear as the front, as well as added single-adjustable coil-over shock and single-adjustable air-spring shock options. Adding to the rearend’s performance features are a ball-end anti-roll bar with billet aluminum arms, billet shock mounts, and an FAB9 rearend housing.

What’s even greater is that this system fits perfectly with beefy P305/30/R18 front and P345/30/R20 rear tires for that amazing stance and pavement gripping power. The rear will also accommodate larger tires as they become available.

Available in full-frame, firewall-back and back-half configurations, this new system for first-generation pro-touring Camaros also comes with optional features like an Exact-Fit Camaro Roll Cage, a factory-welded seat mount assembly, and a prefabricated floor and wheel tub kit. Basically, this new system provides anything you could need for your pro-touring Camaro setup.

What’s even greater is that this system fits perfectly with beefy P305/30/R18 front and P345/30/R20 rear tires for that amazing stance and pavement gripping power. The rear will also accommodate larger tires as they become available.

The full-frame and related firewall-back and back-half systems by Chassisworks for the first-generation Camaro has upped the caliber of pro-touring creations once again. For more information or to order your own pro-touring system, check out Chassisworks’ website here.

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Lindsey Fisher

Lindsey is a freelance writer and lover of anything with a rumble. Hot rods, muscle cars, motorcycles - she's owned and driven it all. When she's not busy writing about them, she's out in her garage wrenching away. Who doesn't love a tech-savy gal that knows her way around a garage?
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