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    Default 93 gmc k1500 - interior trim

    Need to source some interior trim pieces for my son's truck. Some of the tabs broke on removal even as careful as we were - just brittle from age.
    We know about LMC and 1A - not finding anything with either of those.
    Have not yet checked junkyards but aren't against it - just looking for new aftermarket first.
    What else you got?

    This stuff is ridiculously tough to find.
    I don't need my name in the marquee lights....

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    KRT of course

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    Of course.
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    Rockauto

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    Thanks.....should have mentioned them too. They were in that LMC/1A group.
    I don't need my name in the marquee lights....

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    Buying trim for your boy is nice but he needs to learn to get trim in his truck without dad.

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    He hooks the boat up and drags it around town for that.
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    88-98 OBS trend has taken off. The biggest thing is lowering them and or LS swap. I have had 12 at once,I’m down to 3 now. Finishing up a black one tomorrow with grey interior.

    Basically what I’m getting at is good luck. No one is doing aftermarket yet and anyone with good parts are getting a premium. I know where two immaculate red door panels are. He’s asking 300 for the pair. Red has been the hardest for me to get. I’ve got most of my interior parts off EBay and a group on Instagram.
    More fuel = more boost!!

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    Son’s TRUCK? The son squirting water from the cooler on certain females at the Duck Run?? Dayam.
    \"We say grace and we say maam, if you ain\'t into that, we don\'t give a damn.\" HW Jr.

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    Haha. Thatís the one. We getting old.

    Thanks, Kevin. This is all gray interior so I imagine thatís pretty tough too. Canít believe nobody is making this stuff. Seems like an opportunity but tooling would be a big hurdle.
    I don't need my name in the marquee lights....

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    Yeah buying them and half ass restoring them to flip has become very difficult. Pre 88 model year has everything available almost.
    More fuel = more boost!!

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    Been doing the same thing for this 69 Mustang.
    Drove to Clinton today and pulled two pieces off a donor car in the pouring rain.
    I have been getting most aftermarket but the piece I needed is not produced by anyone.
    They are out there, get on internet forums of the type vehicle and ebay
    "Dabo cusses, No one is denying that"...ÖÖ.Tigerbdog

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