Just use the search functionality and search for "keezer". I don't expect many people to be posting a list of parts and steps as this is a pretty major project. You'll find many different threads that use different parts and different methods of construction, so there really isn't a list of parts set in stone.
"Brewers enjoy working to make beer as much as drinking beer instead of working." -Harold Rudolph
try over in DIY in the project locater thread that is stickied: here
scroll down to the serving section. you are building a keezer!
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Theoretically, yes, but only if you want to use picnic taps and open the freezer every time to pour a beer. If you want to have taps on the outside you will either need to put a wooden collar on the freezer or drill holes in the top for a tower.
Cleaning the draft lines you use BLC (Beer Line Cleaner) or some similar product. You can use a hand held device or just put dilute the BLC to its proper concentration in a corny keg, pressurize and run the solution through the lines. Here is a link to a very informative website and the photos of my keezer collar.