Below is a list of Brake Boosters and other parts available for "Outright Purchase". Please click on the manufacturer link below for a complete listing of model/year and pricing. Plus, check out the Booster Rebuilding, Pit Polishing, and Other Parts for Sales listings.
Models include Impala, Chevelle, Camaro, Nova, and Pick-ups.
Corvette boosters restored, must use customer's core.
Models include Full Size, Skylark, and Riviera.
Models include Full Size, Cutlass, and Toronado.
Models include Full Size, GTO/Tempest, and Firebird.
Models include Coupe DeVille and Sedan DeVille.
Master Cylinder Covers: Most are $30.00 & up each. Master Cylinder clips for cars with one clip to hold the cover down are $15.00 each, plated silver (plus UPS).
Proportioning Valve Brackets: $35.00 & up (plus UPS).
Most '64 & Up Boosters are $155.00 to rebuild and replate. Some '73 & up cars may be more. Dual diaphragm boosters are $175.00.
Pieces are polished to remove rust pits if they're not too deep.
$45.00 for front half of booster.
$85.00 total to polish both halves of booster.
$45.00 to replace rear hubs on most '64-'72 when they arrive broken.
Boosters Inc. is proud to offer plating services to the owners of American
Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Oldsmobile, Plymouth,
Pontiac as well as Ford Mustang, Torino and most anything that moves or
doesn't. My plating services have been used on Porsche, Ferarri, Mercedes,
BMW and many more. These include antique tractors and snowmobiles. The
finishes we offer include Clear or Silver Zinc, Gold or Yellow Zinc
Dichromate, Black Zinc, Grey and Black Phosphate. We're also able to offer
Chrome Plating, but in most instances will need to see the items to be
chromed for a quote. Since 1983, Brake Boosters continues to offer high
quality power brake booster restoration for most 1964 to 1982 GM cars and
light trucks, including GTO, Camaro, Chevelle, Corvette, Nova, Cutlass
442, Skylark and more. Please contact us to discuss your needs. You can
find contact information on our Home Page.
Last Updated: October 1, 2013