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Going through boxes, and boxes of NOS GM parts, and started wondering how I can find out what this stuff fits. Some Items are obvious as to what they go on. But others I'm at a loss. These parts are mostly from the late 60s, through the early 80's. With some stuff from the 50's.
I hate to pester the parts folks at the chevy store, as I'm certian that some of these numbers have been superceded, and others have been dropped from the database.

I'd like to sell some of this stuff to someone that needs it, but I don't want to remove it from it's origional packaging in order to photograph it. (lots of paper wrapped mouldings, and stuff like that) Items in boxes, like switches, and relays, I dont mind opening up. I've gone through about 200 items so far, and still have about 5 plastic crates fulla stuff, and 15 or 20 boxes of pressure hoses, (A/C, Powersteering, etc)

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You will find a lot of them just by googling the p/n. Ebay is full of sellers of NOS parts, you might look there as well.
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You will find a lot of them just by googling the p/n. Ebay is full of sellers of NOS parts, you might look there as well.
Thanx, for the reply.
While I was googling, I ran across this site: GMPartsWiki

They've been a big help on a bunch of stuff. He's loaded parts books, and made them searchable. While it's not all inclusive, and is being updated regularly, there are some items that don't show up in the search.
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