Why is Scott’s Hotrods Different?  

At Scott’s Hotrods we believe, wholeheartedly, that the key to enjoying a hotrod lies in the suspension underneath it and in making the decision to never settle for anything less than perfection.

SCOTT’S CAMARO BOLT-ON 4-BAR

If you have a ‘67-’69 Camaro and are looking to drastically increase its handling capability, Scott’s has the simple solution for you.  Combined with Scott’s Camaro IFS, this 4-bar suspension package will turn your Camaro into a corner carving BEAST!  This is truly the most complete and straightforward BOLT-ON Rear Suspension kit available. It uses stock frame holes to ensure proper fitment.  The most technical step when installing is drilling a few holes in your frame using a provided template.

Starting at $3,495

 

SCOTT’S CAMARO BOLT-ON FEATURES

  • 1”-1/8”x1/4”-wall, seamless DOM tubing bars (adjustable right hand thread and left hand thread)
  • 1”-1/8”x1/4”-wall, seamless DOM tubing panhard bar
  • Coilovers
  • Upper Shock crossmember
  • Rear-end housing with Brackets
  • Bolt-On Frame Brackets
  • Moser Ford 9” housing
  • All Grade-8 hardware
  • Limited Lifetime Guarantee

OPTIONS:

  • Torsion Spline Sway Bar – $625
  • Polished Link Bars – $500
  • Wilwood Brakes w/internal parking brake – $700+
  • Complete 3rd Member w/POSI & 31-spline axles – $1,900
  • Watts Link – $995
  • Powder Coating – $600

COILOVER OPTIONS:
Aldan American Single-Adjustable (Rebound) (included)
Aldan American Double-Adjustable (Rebound/Compression) – $500
RideTech Single-Adjustable (Rebound) – $650
RideTech Triple Adjustable (Rebound/High & Low Compression) – $1,650
Polishing – +$200

A qualified professional mechanic or fabricator with the technical understanding of product function and installation procedures must install all Scott’s Hotrods products.

All of Scott’s Hotrods manufactured parts are guaranteed to be free of defects in materials & workmanship for the lifetime of the part. Scott’s Hotrods warranty is non-transferable.

1949 Chevrolet 3100 – Installing modern suspension in an early Chevy pickup