Re: Looking for brake dual master cylinder and booster
I just finished a front drum to disc conversion on my '67. I ordered a Cardone Master Cylinder/Booster from Summit (Part Number 50-3100) and the '67 specific booster-firewall mounting brackets from Desert Valley Auto Parts, although I could have used the factory drum brake booster-firewall brackets. The "correct" factory disc brakes brackets changed nothing related to depth of the booster to the firewall, only raised the disc brake master cylinder/booster up higher which made no difference, because the pre-bent lines I ordered that were for the M/C to the Fluid Distribution Block weren't even close to bent correctly (bends had to be highly modified). You don't mention whether your factory disc brakes are power. If they are, then your factory booster-firewall brackets should be ok, provided they will attach to the booster. If your factory brakes are manual, then you may have to investigate further. I used the Ford Parts Catalog extensively to determine what was interchangeable between '67 factory front drum and factory front disc brakes. I'm sure you could do the same for differences between '66 and '67 disc brake parts. I used all factory '67 disc brake components, except for the actual brakes (calipers, rotors, hoses) which are Wilwood.