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i have a 67 and im putting disc on the front and leaving the rear drum. i dont know what type of master cylinder i need to use or where to find one. p.s. i have a manul master cylinder on now.
 

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If your going to leave them as non power brakes, the one your using now should be ok.
 
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There are many you could use, but.... since 67's had a disc brake option, get the disc brake MC for a 67.
 

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If money was not a real big concern, I would compliment my new disk brake set-up with a power brake master cylinder. I was going to do it with my all 4 drums, but the guys at mcbrakes.com said it probably wasent a good idea with the drums up front, alot of people I guess had problems with pulling to one side and unsatisfactiry performance. When I get some finances together, the disc brake upgrade is my next big project, and I am going to get the power brake booster with it. I did however upgrade to the dual chamber m/c from a 67, which like the other poster said, will work fine with your car. I went ahead and replaced the front brake lines in there while I was at it. Picked up some pre-bent ones for about $30.00, stainless steel. Good luck! James.
 
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