Hey how's it going. I reckon I'm building half of a second gen Camaro I've got an 08 HHR Panel that I'm converting to rear wheel drive and swapping a GEN III in it. Not sure what displacement, whatever deal pops up when I've got the cash. Looking for a complete vehicle, I've seen 01-03 2wd tahoes going for $1500-2k witb 150ish on the odometer. I plan on leaving the front wide open, no fenders or good. I figured the easiest way to get steering/suspension/v8 engine cradle was to find a subframe from a 2nd GEN camaro. Found one for $250, upper and lower control arms and spindles had a brand new shiny black powder coat on them, and it came with all new bushings and ball joints. Someone had unsuccessfully attempted to weld the seams. So I ground everything down and welded it all up solid. I've been putting the suspension together today. Took a nice ass whoopin putting all the bushings and ball joints in, but it's over. Does anyone know If I can shim the control arms to correct my Ackerman steering geometry because I lengthened the wheelbase from that of a 2nd GEN camaro? I don't know the exact wheelbase, but it will be in the ballpark of 130". I cut into the factory subframe a 2" wide channel 6" deep so I could slide my 2x3 frame rail tubing in. Then I welded everything up solid. Now I've got frame rails running to the back. I've found lots of good info on swapping an ls into a 2nd GEN on this site. Looking forward to getting this on the road.