Plastic mouldings are most frequently used in DIY tasks in the home. For example, plastic mouldings may be used in repairing furniture or fixtures and fittings.
Those mouldings are no longer made.. Try junk yards,Or maybe use some of the STICK ons.
Up till 2001 will fit if talking body parts and some interior parts when it comes to electronics some harnesses may differ. also some body panels require more than one piece to fit together like bumpers and various mouldings and lights and bezels.
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If someone wishes to purchase Corvettes in Dallas there are a variety of different stores where they can purchase one from. Some of these stores are; Cargurus, Corvette World Dallas, Corvette Warehouse and Auto Trader.
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I heard that even some 2006 corvettes had flip up headlights
No other Chevrolet doors will interchange with Celebrity doors. Some other "A" body doors may fit but the lines and mouldings don't line up with the Celebrity body lines. I understand that Pontiac 6000 doors come the closest.
Some Corvettes had 2 mirrors starting in the early-70s as an option, they became standard equipment circa 1977-1978.
That depends on...1) personal taste... Some folks like painted mouldings - then there is the whole, paint all mouldings one colour (white or off white) or paint the mouldings to match the colour of the room debate, others prefer natural/stained wood.2) decorating style... If the home uses a lot of wood (paneling, wainscoting, cabinetry, hardwood flooring, etc) you may want to use stained wood. If the house is painted or wallpapered you may want to paint your mouldings (see the above on the colour debate).3) the kind of mouldings you can afford/find. Composite materials, pre-primed, and inexpensive finger-joint woods should be painted. Real wood, such as clear pine, oak and mahogany (if you can find it) can be either stained or just sanded and top coated with a top quality poly.
The Body Control Module for all 90-96 Corvettes is behind the radio. It is a silver metal box about 7'' X 5" with 2 plug in connectors--a bit of a pain in the butt to change out so set aside some time.