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69-74 X-body (Nova, Omega, Ventura, Apollo, 68 is a possibility depending on options, as they had an option for a 4-piston caliper that doesn't sound like it was all that great). Possibly 67-69 Camaro. Anything else will need work or parts. You could buy a kit online for right around $5-700 with all that you need since these cars aren't really sitting around in junkyards in working order anymore.
 

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If it's first or second gen don't use donor spindles as your wheels will be pushed out 5/8 each side...get zero offset brakes
 

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I believe the disc itself will bit, but you will have to mill an area of the spindle down to be able to bolt the caliper bracket on. I personally would never pay that much money (on SS396 those have gone up to $325) for just a pair of stock rotors with nothing else.

This is a complete upgrade kit, with spindles and all. You can get it for $713, and if you want drilled and slotted rotors you can somehow get it for about $30 cheaper.
 
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