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#1052735 - 08/03/17 04:02 PM My 1988 Monte Carlo SS LS swap  
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merls88 Offline
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Just bought my 88. Its got a lot wiring all over the place that I have slowly been working on removing what is not necessary. So far I have removed the ac unit, windshield washer fluid container. I picked up 03 5.3L out of a Yukon with 130k on it and it came with a 90 day warranty so I'm pretty pleased with it. It cost me 800. I paid 2000 (I'm not to sure if I over paid but oh well) for the body it has a decent paint job. The guy that put the stickers on didn't do a good job but over all the body is nice. I want to make this a drag car I can drive on the street.

http://i1376.photobucket.com/albums/ah19/Merlin_Washington/IMG_0630_zpsireypuxh.jpg

Last edited by merls88; 08/03/17 04:05 PM.
#1052977 - 08/17/17 03:53 PM Re: My 1988 Monte Carlo SS LS swap [Re: merls88]  
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Nice project, good luck


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