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A couple of things are going on in this picture. First, Davies was experimenting with the placement of the upper control arm mount using the ’55 Chevy arms. Secondly, he was trying a ’67-69 Camaro steering arm. The idea behind this was that it was from a rear-steer car, so the Ackerman would likely be close to what was required, but it had way too much drop, and placed the tie-rod end in the wrong place in relation to the steering rack.