When you look at the info about the master cylinder the info is incorrect. It states that 67 and 68 camaro's used the same master cylinder for disc brakes. Manual disc was a 1 year only option!
I'm not quite sure of your point here. 67 and 68 power disc brakes certainly did use the same master cyl casting and part number. I'll talk about 67 man discs below.
The prior section, http://www.camaros.org/suspen.shtml#Brakes
, the 67 section states: Power assist was not required with the front disc brakes.
Also i think there were 2 types of master cylinders used in 67. One for manual disc brakes and the other for power disc brakes. Manual had a 1 inch bore and power had a 1 1/8 bore. These were not interchangable. They are coded differently too.
Yes, that is true. And it shows in the table, including the bore dimensions.
Casting number for manual disc is #5459467
Looking at the info and reading throught it it never talks about the different casting number. The picture is misleading too by showing the top bleeders that are not on the manual disc MC. What i am saying is there is quite a bit of difference between these 2 systems and info needs updated. The AD and WT is there but more is needed to put it all together
That's because we've never seen that casting # before. The 67 manual disc AD masters I've seen used the 5460346 casting.
If you don't like the picture, you can ask GM to change their service documentation. That's their drawing and it covered all applications.
Re-read the whole section. I don't think there anything that is incorrect other than possibly a new casting # for the 67 manual disc. Let's see if we can find a few more cars to verify that useage and then we can update the page.
Can you post some pictures of your master cyl?