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Old 04-14-2003, 03:48 PM
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i got a 52'chevy pickup for nothing from my grampa when he moved to florida. the body and frame is in great shape no rust or anythign but mice got to the interior and theres some broken stuff like the handle for the windows to rool em up and down. so im just lokking for a place to find that small c**p so if anyone know please let me know thanks

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www.brotherstrucks.com
<a href="http://www.lmctruck.com]www.lmctruck.com[/URL]
Here are some of the places, I personally use chevyduty and have had good luck with them. Do a search on yahoo and you will find a bunch more. Or you can always try the junkyard or parts store for a window handle.
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What a GREAT present, cheebs!!!


Man, you can get anything for your truck ... I've used ChevyDuty, too, and they're great. If you need any help with your interior this is the place for answers, bro'! I love doing interiors and am always checkin' the boards so don't hesitate.

When one of my door handles fell on the floor, I thought, "Oh no. Now I have to deal with that difficult clip thingy." Plus, the clip was missing! BUT after further inspection, I discovered my handles were all after market (I just got this truck in February '03) and there was an allen screw on the side - so all I had to do was put the handle back and tighten a screw! Much easier than the clips which require a special pair of plyers.

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I have used Chevy Duty a lot and the quality is excellent, It helps that it is convient for me since it is only about 30 minutes from the house. Seriously though I would use them even if I had to mail order.
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Another option
http://www.oldchevytrucks.com/cgi-bi....cgi/start.htm

Great mail order service and prices, have EVERYTHNHG to build a truck, even have a working junk yard for used parts.
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although i think they are a little bit overpriced and sometimes things aren't quite original, i use <a href="http://www.gspp.com" target="_blank">www.gspp.com</a> for most of my stuff. they have a great cat and most of it is on line. you are lucky. throw away your seat and that should be most of the rat nest.
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Ugh! Golden State - gspp.com - sent me the wrong size windsheild wipers 2 times! And when I finally got the right size, on the 3rd shippment, they were of the poorest quality imaginable.

High prices *and* low quality. Los Vegas, indeed!

Chevy Duty has been great for me ... also LMC Trucks and Old Chevy Trucks has a LOT!
http://www.oldchevytrucks.biz/c/g8/p/b00af.html

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