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01-01-2004 11:12 PM
jimfulco The old GM Parts Catalog sets had a price book that had the group number listed when you looked up the part number. You can then look in that group section in the catalog & see what it fits.
12-30-2003 09:38 PM
MI2600 That's great. I'm forever coming across stuff that I've accumulated and really can't remember what it fits. I try to tag/label but you know how that goes.
12-30-2003 11:23 AM
Skunk22
NOS part Id

I finally got my web site working for the cross reference. Try it and see if you can find the parts you are tring to identify.
www.Bdenterprises2003.com Let me know if this helps.
12-12-2003 01:54 PM
Skunk22
NOS Parts ID.

Hi: I have the same problem and have been working on it for over a year. If you will e-mail me your part #'s I may be able to help you. I have over 1000 part #'s I am working on.

I will be posting the x-ref I have compiled to my web site soon.
www.BDEnterprises.com check in in a few weeks.
If any one reading this I will gladly take any #'s you have and add to my list and publish. I will also take any help I can get trying to identify what I have.
David
06-13-2003 03:48 AM
citykid
Help identify nos parts

I have several nos chevy olds and buick parts from 60's 70's and 80's. Have parts numbers but I'm looking for source to identify using parts numbers. I'm not able to supply year or model and want to find out what these parts are for.

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