Wilwood makes a lot of his own parts and pedals them to NASCAR. Baer also custom makes their parts here in the USA but that excludes the big brake kits that the Camaro and Corvette used with Bembro or PBR brakes that are made in Italy or Australia respectively.I ordered the drilled and slotted version so that must have also included the black rotor. The rear kit I installed this winter was just the standard one and did not have a painted rotor and I wish it did.
The calipers are nice the one image might make them look bigger than they are, but still a nice 4 piston setup. All of the parts are top notch and nothing looked like it was some cheap overseas option like some of these kits might be.....but then again we paid a premium.
PM me if you want to talk about pricing. I bought them from this sites vendor sponsor, Matt's Classic Bowtie in California.
Looks great. I'm looking to convert the front drums on my 68, but I've been hesitant on the cheaper kits because of the track width change, and some of the parts they're using. I'm leaning towards keeping my rear drums to keep the price down, wife and kids, and the Wilwood guys have told me I can run their front brakes with the rear drum. And their kit seems to be about the only one that won't increase my track width an inch per side.
Nice to see someone else having success with their products.