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  1. I assume that some of the people reading this are thinking about making this swap themselves so I will try to write this build speaking to you. My disclaimer is I am a moron, I screw things up, often. so take what you can from this but for God sake don't take my opinion as gospel, I could very well be missing something obvious! so, here we go, I will be trying to catch up these posts to where I am right now, then I will keep it current. You can buy used 1uzfe motors with tranys from junk yards, or a JDM place, but I decided that I would rather buy a whole car. This way I would know motor ran well, the trany shifted and I could scan for error codes. Not to mention there are all sorts of bits and pieces that having the whole car would help with, IE wiring, relays and the matching ECU! The two cars you have to choose from in the US is the LS400, and the SC400. The decision is where do you want the sump to set. LS400 has the front sump, and the SC400 has the rear sump. They will both work since you will be modifying the oil sump either way. I bought a 95 LS400, I felt the front sump was a better option and it had better seats! Front sump on right, Rear sump on left. (took this photo from another swap page)
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