Alright so I made a "poor purchase decision" even though it was an absolute steal of a deal at the end of the day (Hopefully) I bought a clusterfunk of a 93 YJ that is mostly chevy and has a CJ front clip and dash. It has 70s (I think) K20 3/4 ton drive train with a D60 rear (spooled or welded unsure at the moment haven't taken the cover off) and a D44 Front (Open as far as I know) and an NP205 with TH350 combo and on 38.5 super swampers, it previously had a small block 350 that a PO pulled after they blew it up, that is what I had heard from the guy I got it from, he bought it from them straight out of a grass field but needed the driveway space as he wouldn't be able to get to it for a while (He was restoring a CJ8 and a CJ5 and his garage was 100% full, like boxes on top of boxes, shuffle between stuff to get to the jeeps it was awful but his jeeps looked sweet) so he needed it gone and sold it too me for 630 bucks. The frame needs some repair in the rear and some love fixing all the bullshit that was previously welded on improperly but the tub seems fine. I am on an absolute shoe string budget for this build and I need it going asap so I can prove it wasn't an absolute waste so I want to use as many of the parts I already have as possible. Build Ideas go as follows, It needs a completely new brake system run, PO was planning to do it so I have the new reservoir but all the lines have been cut, then It needs an engine, I am thinking of going with a 5.3 LS with an adapter to the TH350 because I can find a Truck or Tahoe with an LS for less than one with a 350 and Crate engines are off the table right now. With the 5.3 I would like to go ahead and pickup a 02 Tahoe or truck so I can take the wiring and any part I need or want off it like the AC or anything else I will inevitably think of. As well as I am going to fully rewire it with a painless wiring kit or something similar, because there is some funky stuff going on with the wiring and I personally think it would be easier than digging through the forest of wiring. I am going to keep looking at everything on paper but I need to make a full budget sheet before I start because I want to get everything done at once without 5 dollaring myself to death with trips to the parts store.