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Old 12-14-2007, 12:52 AM   #1
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1997 fire bird

I have a 97 firebird and I am changing the motor out well everything. Does anyone know if a 98 trans am body will fit on that frame? 98 the changed the body just not quite sure of the frame? HELP?
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Old 12-14-2007, 12:57 AM   #2
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those cars have uni-body's so the body's are the frames. But yes you can change the front clip to a 98+ body style and for the back just changing the tail lights will do. Hope that help......
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im pretty sure its a diff frame..case the frame mounts are diff. you can buy them 93-97 are the same. so they must have changed some stuff
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those cars have uni-body's so the body's are the frames. But yes you can change the front clip to a 98+ body style and for the back just changing the tail lights will do. Hope that help......
They are unibodys.

With a bit of fabrication, a 98+ front end will fit but wiring is a bit difficult.
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Old 12-14-2007, 09:51 AM   #5
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those cars have uni-body's so the body's are the frames. But yes you can change the front clip to a 98+ body style and for the back just changing the tail lights will do. Hope that help......
what he said...

couple ppl @ ls1tech.com have done it
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