Here's a couple of 1967 Nickey 427 Camaro : https://www.mecum.com/lot-detail/SC0511-107436/0/1967-Chevrolet-Nickey/Bill-Thomas/4-Speed/ And one with the dual four barrel induction ( note lack of the [dreaded] A.I.R. Pump ! ) http://www.rmsothebys.com/az12/arizona/lots/1967-chevrolet-nickey-camaro-ss/927520
As a quick reference , it lacks . They're showcasing kits that either aren't available yet ( e.g. , the 1969 383 Barracuda ) or have been cancelled ( e.g. , the Larson Vega Pro Stock ) . It has potential and I hope that they continue to improve upon it .
Rest assured that the transverse-mount torsion bars are there , same chassis from 1976 (as a 1977) through the 1980 (last year for the F-bodies) . I have a '77 Volare annual (MPC never did a '76 model) and that was the first thing I checked ! Another bonus of the MPC F-body kits : Torqueflite trans , correct air cleaner , and underhood details !
One of my favourite esoteric references is Central Office eXchange phone numbers (e.g. , "BEechwood-45789") . Some-thing I completely geek out over , and some-thing I use just to hear every-one say , "Huh?" . For an instance ; some-one will ask what the number is at the store I work from , and I'll say " (714) ORange-490..." . This works two ways : (1.) the '714' area code was replaced long ago with '909' , and eventually '951' , so it's fun to hear these "kids" say , "You work in Orange County ?" . (2.) The head-scratching when I give "OR" as the preix is hilarious .
The Mr. 5 & 50 Super Stock would be a fun build . Imagine adding the welding marks on the trans tunnel from the N.H.R.A.-recommended "Neutral-Drop" starts that grenaded the Torqueflite ! Ironic that the Chrysler Warranty Rep would pilot a car whose appetite for Torqueflites was unreal . ( As a side note : prior to 1968 , "loose" torque converters didn't exist ; the B&M 'J' Converter changed all of that . It's difficult to imagine that neutral-drops were standard launching procedure in sanctioned events ! )