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Old 10-11-2017, 07:02 AM
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Parting out a 1994 25th anniversary Trans Am that has been hit on the right hand side. Seats are rough, tail lights are cracked. Automatic car with LT1 / 4L60E. 122k miles on the car. No rust at all, North Carolina car.

Items that are NOT available:

-Passenger door
-Passenger fender
-Ground effects
-Door panels
-Headliner
-Sunvisors
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Old 10-11-2017, 12:04 PM
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How much for the coolant level sensor and the oil level sensor shipped to 77316?
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Those are already spoken for. Sorry
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Ok no prob. Someone pm'd me that had them.
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Take it to the top
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would you have the RAP module available ? gm #12135089
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are parts still available? I'm looking for the ac evaporator temperature sensor, it mounts to the heater box under the passenger side dash. It has a black plug that attaches to it with 3 wires, please let me know if you might have this part. Thanks Craig
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Fog lights? Send PM
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Do you have the black center bar that retains the T-tops? If so, are the little rubber (plastic?) caps on both ends in good condition? The end caps are all I need, but I'll take the entire center bar if necessary.

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it's a small piece, but how about the FRONT drivers side fender bracket, it's the one with 2 studs and also I think attaches to the front headlight. $20 Shipped to 03038?

it looks like this (the white part) https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/cKUAA...8i/s-l1600.jpg
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Is the interior still for sale?
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I'd love to buy that bracket if at all possible...
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are the front parking / turn signal lights and the rear side markers still available? shipped to 11040
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I'm sorry guys, I forgot I posted this on here. Send me PMs if you're interested in parts and I'll send my number. It'd be much easier to communicate on the phone.
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I'd love to buy that bracket if at all possible...
Sorry man, but it's winter here, 6" of snow, car is outside, I'd have to move it in the shop (it has no motor or trans in it), pull it apart, get the bracket off, pack it, ship, probably deal with sending you pictures of it and all that isn't remotely worth it for $20. They are the same on all 93-97 Firebirds, might be best to try eBay for someone who already has one pulled. I probably couldn't even ship it for under $15
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