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Postby Monza Harry » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:23 pm

Here's a link for armrests seems to be a few members looking for these. This is an ebay store I see on my parts quests! They may have brick and mortar store, listed in Roseville MI on ebay This should be correct for H-Body's with the lock in the armrest, as the vette had the same arrangement. http://store.tracyvette.com/item/460/ [EDIT] I also found the armrests on the Canadian side of the border and he lists 2 pages of the armrests and in colours http://www.corvettedepot.ca/index.php?m ... 8_180_1204 Harry
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Re: Arm Rests

Postby Fastmax32168 » Sun Sep 22, 2013 8:13 am

I have said this before. We need a forum section set up for posts exactly like this one. Name of the part in the title where you can go when you need something for your car and look to see where you can find it. There are lots of H-body parts that are interchangeable with other GM cars that people discover and we need to retain that information in one easy to access knowledge base.
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Re: Arm Rests

Postby monzajer » Sun Sep 22, 2013 4:28 pm

Fastmax32168 wrote:I have said this before. We need a forum section set up for posts exactly like this one. Name of the part in the title where you can go when you need something for your car and look to see where you can find it. There are lots of H-body parts that are interchangeable with other GM cars that people discover and we need to retain that information in one easy to access knowledge base.
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It is a VERY good idea to have this type of data base to refer to.

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