Top set of photos I have been trying to do the same, well done. The pictures are of the GT model the four door model would of had drum brakes on the front, from photos that I have seen the Standard 4 door appears to have about 3/4 to 1 deg. postive camber on the rear as standard.
Just like a Vette. Transverse and IRS. GM did do it a bit better on the Vette.
Bellets do get a fair bit of camber change. though so does a VT Commodore! For their day they handled ok, probably as well as a 1600 datto. But the L16 had about 30 horse power more. Though the Bellets finished about the time the 1600s started.
Some Bellet sedans had disc front brakes, my mates did and it was as he bought it. Non assisted from memory. I feel there was two actual models [64-65 66-68] plus ofcourse the GT which was a half pretty little car that did have a bit more punch and ability to be revved. Two SU style carbs [CD?}
Some Bellets were 4 on the column and some were 4 on the floor. For a while I used a Bellett floor change box in my HR Rallycross car but gave up as the conversion was crap, as was the gear ratios anyway.
Edit, just looked at those pics. Learnt something! I though the transverse spring was all they had. I have never had too take the wheels off of one,, just cylinder heads and that was probably late 70s.
Though the guy in the pics just needs a big hammer to make those wheels fit, every Bellet I have ever known had stretched rear guards!
Edited by Lee Nicolle, 25 March 2014 - 04:57.