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markpetersonii

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Not the greatest by any means but, if you need something...

http://www.gmpartsgiant.com/pontiac-parts.html

Thought I would share with everyone. Also, if you scroll to the bottom they have many other car brands too.

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Cool! Didn't really look much but still good there is another place for stock parts for us

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They only have parts for a 1982 '83 and '84 for my car :D

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Dang, but like I said, It's not the greatest by any means...

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I ordered an A/C vent for my friend's 2006 G6 GT from that site a few months ago.

They were slightly cheaper than GM Parts Direct including with the cost of shipping.

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Here a good one for any model car parts search    http://www.car-part.com/  Have used it with great results.  The trick is good pictures and knowing what your looking for.  Another tip. If the prices is labeled "call" they usually don't have it.  But if your really desperate the "call" could pay off to a connection to another contact not listed on the website.

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Hey, Poncho Punchers,

Here's my two cents worth - maybe everyone already knows about them - I'm a big fan of Rock Auto. Their on line catalog is excellent, and can be used for information and parts pictures, to find out what other years' (sometimes other makes) parts will fit your car, and more. I call it an encyclopedia. Plus, they sell parts.

Stephen

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