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1. I started by tracking down the new parts. LMC Truck is the complete shop for Chevy truck restoration and they have an excellent catalog of parts for Ford and Chevy trucks from 1947 up to today. However they hadn't done this swap before, so I had to first convince them it could be done and second figure out what parts I needed. I did both based on the hearsay of others that it was an easy swap, and quickly had a plethora of interior parts on the way. I also found a junkyard that had a '97 Suburban with the same red exterior color as my sled but with the more appealing gray interior trim. Since I knew I needed door panels, I got both front doors as well as returning multiple times for other parts. Then it was home to tear out the grungy old interior.