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El Camino Parking Brake Cable Kit, TH350 Or Manual Transmssion, OE Steel, 1968-1972

Part #:
Alt Part #: 07-1536
Availability: Available - Allow extra time for delivery
Fitment: 1968 thru 1972
See applications below for exact details.
(No Discount / Limited Discount)

1968-72 OE Steel Parking Brake Cable Kit For Cars With TH350 Or Manual Transmssion

Was: $129.99 Kit

Now: $111.35 Kit

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  • Reproduction Of Originals
  • Complete Set Of Parking Brake Cables To Rebuild Your Emergency Brake System
  • Incudes Front, Intermediate And Rear Cables
  • Necessary Hooks, Guides And Equalizer
  • Factory Correct Galvanized Cables
  • Picture May Vary Slightly From Actual Content
  • 1 Front Cable
  • 1 Center Cable
  • 2 Rear Cables
  • 1 Center Pull
  • 1 Center Cable To Rear Cable Connector
  • 1 Large Hook
  • 2 Small Hook
  • 2 Jamb Nut
  • 3 Parking Brake Clips


These El Camino reproduction parking brake cables have been manufactured to original factory specifications using today's modern manufacturing techniques. You will find the fit, finish and function will work superbly for your restoration. In addition, using reproduction parking brake cables from the El Camino Store will add authenticity and value to your vehicle.




Make / Model Series Body Notes Year
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO El Camino, Pickup Delivery 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO El Camino, Super Sport (SS) Pickup Delivery 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972
GMC SPRINT 1971, 1972
GMC SPRINT GMC Sprint, Pickup Delivery 1971, 1972
GMC SPRINT GMC Sprint, Special Performance (SP) Pickup Delivery 1971, 1972


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