Part 1 An ongoing series showing the steps necessary to swap an LS drivetrain into a 1955-1957 Chevy truck. 40 year old build that features a 1978 Camaro Z/28 clip welded onto the factory truck chassis.
Part 2 Prepping the drivetrain and adding the motor mounts
Part 3 Final welding of the Speedway motor mounts, plus Serafin comes by and gives us some history on the truck.
Part 4 With the help of CPP (Classic Performance Products) the 6L80e transmission finds a new home.
Part 5 Weekend update bringing viewers up to speed on everything that’s been done since part 4. We delve into the beginnings of the electrical conversion to GM’s CANBUS
Part 6a LS2/6L80e swap harness rough-in. We lay out the swap harness from 150tunes.com in Spokane. This L76 is an Australian built Holden that Pontiac used up until their demise in 2010.
Part 7 Driveshaft installation from Quality 4×4 parts in Port Angeles. 6L80 adapter mated to a Slip n stub.
Part 8 We retro-fit a Hyper-fuel intank pump
Part 9 Weekend update on Swap 2.0 L76
Part 10 Start of the 4 -bar triangulated rear suspension from Johnny Law Motors in Portland
Part 11 We complete the 4-bar triangulated rear suspension from Johnnylawmotors.com
Part 12 Engine and drivetrain are in and running
Part 13 Short drive around Cape George to see how “El Poncho” rolls