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The I dont know what it will be build

Collecting parts with no real plan for the end. I just know I'm not cool without an LS swap and tons.

Overview

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Specs

Year
1973
Make
Chevy
Model
3500
Engine
LQ9
Transmission
4L80e
Transfer Case
241 for now. Plans for a Magnum/205.
Steering
Left/center/right
Suspension
Up and down
Axles
D60HP, 11.5
Wheels
ROUND
Tires
INFLATED
Paint
DOUBT IT

Notes

I do not know what it will be. The year make and model are all to be determined when I find what I can.
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