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(Forgive this not being Barth related)

I recently obtained a 1985 GMC S15 pick up. All in all the thing is in good shape. But being kept outside all it's life in the Carolina heat, most of the inside trim, weather seal, window guides, and anything not made of metal is TOAST.

Any help or suggestions on where to locate any of this stuff, and what the correct name for some of the parts may be, would be appreciated.


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Thanks Mogan. Looks like LMC has it all.
If anyone else has suggestions please do not hesitate. I would like to compare prices.


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It's the same as the Chevy S-10 of the same years with parts from 1983 to 1991. Junk yards, and raybuck.com.


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Thanks for the input Tom. I knew about the S-10 and S-15 using the same parts. There is one junk yard close by that specializes in GM stuff. I plan on taking a look this coming week.


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