Compatable suspension parts

Are 1967-1969 Camaro front suspension parts identical to 1968-1974 Chevy Nova parts? It seems the front a arms are the same the rotors appear the same. I looked for front rotors on the internet at Kragen and the part
numbers were the same. Any thoughts?
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Yes. Early Camaro's use the same front end as that generation of Nova. However I think the cut-off for the Nova's was actually 73. Not sure though. - Gary

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Yup, many H, F, X body cars share alot underneath. LOL.
Easiest way to determine compatibility is to use a Hollander Interchange manual. It is made for these questions such as "Will a spindle from a 1973 Nova fit my 1979 Firebird?" It's a great resource and it is what the salvage yards use for doing this exact thing.
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