IMHO its possible for a San Jose non Thermactor 390 to have been equipped with the larger dual mount (alternator and thermactor) plate and using the lower alternator mounting location with the standard (for thermactor 390) adjusting arm. Seeing and have seen may too many of these brackets on unrestored San Jose non-thermactor 67's
Jeff, is it possible that all those cars were air conditioned??
Jeff, thanks for the definite answer, I'll rule out the A/C being a deciding factor.67gt390fb, thanks for your effort researching this. It appears that the C3SE-10156-B can be used in either a high or low mount application with just a different adjusting arm.http://www.network54.com/Forum/21142/message/1154357446/Master+Cylinder+And+ALT+ConversionIf Bob could confirm, at his leisure, that there is indeed no markings on the brackets he sees, it would go a long way towards solving this issue.
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