Bel-Air, Biscayne, Caprice, Impala
1958-64 - 283/327/348ci
1965-66 - 327ci w/o P.S.
1965-68 - 283/307ci w/o P.S.
1970-72 - 350ci (2B)(exc. Taxi/Station Wagon)
1967 - All (exc. 396ci)
1968 - All
1969 - 307/327ci
1968-70 - All (2nd design)
1970-71 - 307/350ci (exc. spec. Hi-Perf)
Chevelle, Malibu, Monte Carlo
1964-67 - 283/327ci (When using this motor mount on 64-67 Chevelle w/283/327ci, it is necessary to procure frame bracket GM part number 3872815 for L.H. or GM part number 3872816 for R.H. mount replacement.)
1968 - 307/327ci
1969-72 - 307ci
Chevy II, Nova
1964-67 - 283/327ci
1968 - 307/327 w/o P.S.
1969 - 307ci
1970-71 - 350ci (exc. spec., Hi-Perf)
1970-72 - 307ci
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