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whats a 67 12 bolt posi worth? 3.55s i believe. my brothers got one and its all rebuilt and ready to rock.
 

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I guess it depends on the part of the country you're in and who wants one. I paid $300 for a 3.07 non-posi a year or so ago. If it doesn't need rebuilt and the brakes are good (and if I still needed one), I'd say in the $450 > range.

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I recently purchased a 67- 3.55 posi diff with new bearings/studs/shoes/drums and seals for $600us with fresh paint on it from the Seatle area!
 

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Paid $250 for an open end with 2:73 . Spent another $600 or so bringing it back to life with posi & 3:42.
Man I hope it works
Backyard setup.

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In the bay area I would say $750 minimum. I recently sold a 67 3.73 non posi for $350 to a friend. I thought it was somewhat high until he told me he couldn't even find one with crappy gears for close to that price.

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I bought a KK coded(4.10 factory posi) rear end with an Auburn posi, and 4.88's for $500. It needed a complete going through, including Moser axles, a 3.73 gear set and a Ratech install kit. I now have $1200 into it, assembling it myself.

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Remember '67 chevelle rears are a one year only design having raised perches on the spring pad [unlike '65 & '66 rears which have a flat spring pad and the spring gets bolted to the pad.] '68-'72 rears have the raised perch but are wider than the '64-'67 rears.I allways check cast and stamped dates and measure width when looking at '67 rears.
And thats way I believe a '67 12b posi will cost more than others but any '64-'72 rear will fit a '67.
This part of the midwest $700-$900 for a nice clean and tight original drum to drum'67 12b posi.
$1100-$1350 for fresh ones.
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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by bb67H-D:
Remember '67 chevelle rears are a one year only design having raised perches on the spring pad [unlike '65 & '66 rears which have a flat spring pad and the spring gets bolted to the pad<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Is that an absolute? Lone Star Classics has this to say about them:

Rear spring mounting pads differed, in which 1964-66 rearends used a flat pad with a hole drilled in the center. 1968-72 rearends have circular spring mounting pads, which are 3/4" higher that the early flat pad.

1967 was a transition year, in which A-cars might have a 1964-66 style rearend, a 1968-72 rearend (which is wider, and commonly available), or a "hybrid" rearend, which will have the 58.5" width, but with the early spring mounting pad and trailing arm brackets.

Rear upper control bushing eyes differ, and the positioning of the bushing eyes will differ. 1968-72 rearend housings will have a 3/8" forward positioning, which is farther that 1964-67 rearends.


This is suppose to be an abstract of an article "Inside '64 -- '72 A-Bodies", Car Craft, March 1998".

Curious...




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I guess ya never know, but every '67 chevelle 12b and '67 chevelle 10b I have ever seen had the narrower '64-'66 width and have had a rasied perch.
All these rears have had a 1967 cast date on the pumpkin and assy date and gear code stamped on tube.
Maybe some of you can see which style your '67 rear is.
Please include cast date.
I can believe some early '67's may have got a flat perch w/bolt on spring style, but I dought any '67's came with the wider later style rear.
Dale, what style and date codes are under your SS and camino?
My '67 12b posi has a cast date of april 4th '67 and is the same style as all '67 rears I've seen.
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