The first thing we tackled was the fuel lines. The Corvette has the fuel lines on the passenger side of the block, but the Caprice-sourced engine had them at the rear of the driver's side of the block. Everywhere we looked, people were telling us to use adapters to -AN fittings and then flare the stock Jeep fuel lines. Upon closer inspection, the Jeep fuel rail and the Chevy fuel rail are the same, you just need to carefully take the plastic fittings off of the Jeep rail and clip them onto the Chevy. Then, we re-bent our existing lines so they ran up the firewall away from the exhaust manifold and clipped them on. No cutting, flaring, or $60 of adapters needed.