I tried one of these on two different low milage 1970 Pony Cars and it was not close to fitting either one. I would have to have spread my shock towers at least half an inch using some brute force method. Then I think to myself, gee if both cars have settled comfortably into this position with new tires and recent front end alignments, why do a I want to change the front end geometry just to fit this one-size-fits-all part? Instead, I decided to buy an export brace that will fit and lock down my front end in its current happy position. I bought Global West’s export brace which is way more substantial and actually fits the car with slotted holes for the shock tower stud attachment. I also don’t believe that if this part does not fit it’s necessarily, or only because your shock towers have settled. I think the allowable manufacturing tolerances are also at play.