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Old 03-07-2009, 11:44 PM   #1
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Where can I buy interior parts such as the glove box (or just the glove box door), center console/armrest, etc?

And what colors were the interiors of these cars available in? So I don't get the wrong shade or anything...
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well if you want to save money you could go to your local salvage yard.

whats your budget?
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Because it'* cosmetic... as much as I can convince my mom to pay : P


Not a lot anyhow, definitely under $50, ~$25 or less per piece?
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Because it'* cosmetic... as much as I can convince my mom to pay : P


Not a lot anyhow, definitely under $50, ~$25 or less per piece?
Do you know where your local salvage yard is?
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well until we know where you live to better help you locally,
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https://www.gmforum.com/t279303/
find your local salvage yard for starters.........

Are you good with hand tools?
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I know where it is, and I'm okay with hand tools, only thing is that I don't think they have a matching car in stock...

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On the parts search, what would the glove box be under?

And what are my alternatives, with a bigger budget?
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I know where it is, and I'm okay with hand tools, only thing is that I don't think they have a matching car in stock...

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On the parts search, what would the glove box be under?

And what are my alternatives, with a bigger budget?

Well until you go there and look you may never know for sure.
If the yard is not to far from you just go have a look.

Or you could call them in advance. With my experience with salvage yards I've found that interior colors are usually documented but to what is left inside the car is something you either have to go down and look or they will have to look for you. Depending on there insurance plan they have.

You could post a 'junk yard wish list' here in the wanted parts section.

There might by some members out there that have what you need.

Billboost37 is the Bonneville world parts guy to go to.
PM him and see if he has what you want.

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I didn't want to make a new thread...

I'm also wondering if there is a pull out thing below the radio? I can pull out what seems like it might be a pull out cup holder about 1/2 inch... Is this something else, or should I try pulling out the radio to get it unstuck?
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