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There is a 72 single cab "roller" that looks to be completely gutted for sale.  Id prefer a 350/th400 type combo but I have an interesting position.

 

I own a 2002 5.3 v8 ext cab 1500 4x4.   Rebuilt transmission and motor is great shape.  
 

Would my 02' be a good donor for parts or...possible to do a frame swap??  I would NOT be one to modify the frame, Id have to pay someone to do it.   Ive lost interest in my 02' and am getting ready to sell it to get a 50's-70's project 1/2 ton

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Ummm nevermind, found a forum thread.   Definitely not a bolt on conversion lol.  Tons of welding and custom whatever

 

https://www.snowest.com/forum/threads/one-of-a-kind-2005-72-chevy.347389/
 

interesting though I did find some early model GMC/Chevys that have bolt on frame swap kits for s10s and suburbans.  

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