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  • #21640
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    MitchB
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    Looking for any advice as to shops/fabers that do LS conversions in Sydney.

    First gen commodore

    Any help would be greater appreciated

    Thanks  mitch

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    Not sure about who could do it for you, but i reckon with the info and help on the forum you could do (at least most) of it yourself?

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    Best bet is do lots of research then do most of the labour yourself even then won’t be cheap but you’ll learn heaps.

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    ^spot on the money

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    Go speak to Trent at JM Auto repairs. In Montegue street Wollongong…if you are from the south coast..

    He’s done a fair few LS swaps now.

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