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67 Camaro RS LS3 & T56 Swap parts lists and advice needed

Hello all,
I am in the process of the beginning stages of THE SWAP. I am looking for pictures and parts lists from anyone who has done this swap with a first gen camaro. I am looking at buying the 525HP connect and cruise from Jegs. Price saving tips are also much appreciated. I have attached a current picture in my profile of the 350 SBC and engine compartment to give ideas. I plan on keeping the A/C system (currently stock R12), because it gets pretty damn hot in Vegas. I have already installed the LS3 radiator and dual electric fans. I am looking to learn from mistakes and use kits that work well with each other. Anyone with specifics regarding any of the following would be helpful:

motor mounts and headers
A/C system (upgraded parts and hoses) I do realize I will probably have to convert to R134
Firewall prep and different A/C hose routing ideas
Electrical upgrades/prep
Clearence considerations
Time it took to perform the swap

I know it is a big project and there is lots I haven't listed, so any help is appreciated. Please share with me mistakes and things you would do-over if you could. Thanks in advance to all. Updates on instagram @Red67rocket.
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