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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Jun 30th, 20, 7:37 AM Thread Starter
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70’s rotor/hub

Wondering if these have any value. I think one is pre Feb 70 style, the other being the next design. Does the rotor separate from the hub on either of these?
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Re: 70’s rotor/hub

Did some 1970 Chevelle factory rotors have grooves in the center of the braking surface?
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Re: 70’s rotor/hub

I tried selling a pair of 2 piece rotors a few years ago and never had any interest. then again people around here don't seem to be into the matching numbers stuff. jim

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Re: 70’s rotor/hub

Yes, the 2 piece rotors have value. They fit nicely in a flat rate box so I'd put a value of $60-$80 each IF they measure .010 thicker than spec. The 2 piece, upper, can easily be separated by the 5 inner bolts.
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Yes, the 2 piece rotors have value. They fit nicely in a flat rate box so I'd put a value of $60-$80 each IF they measure .010 thicker than spec. The 2 piece, upper, can easily be separated by the 5 inner bolts.

Would that be the drivers side photo or the pass side that the hub and rotor can be separated. I am trying to figure out how?


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There is value if you are willing to ship, selling into a local market can be iffy and often doesn’t represent what buyers in other markets are willing to pay. It’s the same thing with swapmeets, prices are lower, for all but the rarest and most desirable parts. For common items you are waiting for the right buyer to walk by the part, notice it, recognize it’s value and need it at that particular point in time. That happens less and less.

Last week a friend went to an estate sale for someone that had worked at various GM dealerships. He filled his truck with various NOS and used, one of the items was one NOS 2 piece rotor still in the box, he asked what I thought it was worth, I told him $100 since he won’t ship. I’d bet if he were willing to put it on eBay he’d get double that without much trouble.

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Re: 70’s rotor/hub

One looks like a 2 piece, the other a one piece, good luck!!
I don't think the 70's came with 2 piece rotors!
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One looks like a 2 piece, the other a one piece, good luck!!
I don't think the 70's came with 2 piece rotors!
Which one is the 2 piece? I was told the used the 2 piece up until around Feb of 70. Then the one piece which is my drivers side I think.


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My July 1970 have the grooves.
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One looks like a 2 piece, the other a one piece, good luck!!
I don't think the 70's came with 2 piece rotors!
My 71 ElCamino came with 2 piece rotors,both of them had the groove in the center of the rotor.

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