No, the body styles are different.. 1999 is the year when Pontiac came out with a new body style... therefore usually most/all prior year parts cannot fit onto the new ones.
The Pontiac LeMans would be my choice. It is slightly larger and more luxurious. The Pontiac engine was also a better engine than the Chevy.
Some of them are, but 1973 is the year VW changed to the curved windshield in the Supers so some of them are NOT.
year one. or i prefer classic industries.com on stock parts on race parts summitracing.com
try a chiltons repair manual from the library for your year vehicle.
No. 1971 and 1972 Supers used different body parts than 1973 thru 1975 Supers.
I think Year 1, makes parts for that car, so they probably would.
Your question is too broad to have a real specific answer. Some parts may exchange with other members of the A body production that year, Pontiac 6000, Buick Century and Oldsmobile Cierra. Some engine parts could interchange with Chevy S10, but not the entire engine.
For the most part, yes. a 2001 Montana will be compatible with Chevrolet Venture ('97-'05), Oldsmobile Silhouette ('97-2004) and Pontiac Montana/Pontiac Trans Sport ('97-05) Also, if you're going to a junk yard for parts, keep an eye out for Buick Terraza, Saturn Relay, Chevrolet Uplander & Pontiac Montana SV6. These models range from year 2005 to 2010 (Not sure what year Buick & Saturn ceased production) Many parts are interchangeable with your 2001, with the exception of the rear tail light, front fenders, hood and nose clip assembly For example, the power sliding door from a Buick Terazza year 2008 will easily fit and work with your 2001 Pontiac Montana. Hope this helps.
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Look up the 2000 Ford Excursion in the RockAuto.com parts catalog and compare "body exterior" part numbers with other year Excursions and Ford pick-ups to see which parts are interchangeable.