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I do not as a habit rely solely on any website application lookup for parts. I do research on WOG as it has folks that have already done the research. I then compare that with the existing on the bird to see if everything comes together. If all that fails to yield results I will go to my local parts resources and they can usually come up with what I need. It’s unfortunate that there are not that many parts folks that really know how to find parts. Most of them just want to know what vehicle it is, and most know what dead end road that typically is. Anyways parts rant over..[/QUOTE]

If you really want to have fun at a parts store, just ask for a radiator cap for a '66 Corvair
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I do not as a habit rely solely on any website application lookup for parts. I do research on WOG as it has folks that have already done the research. I then compare that with the existing on the bird to see if everything comes together. If all that fails to yield results I will go to my local parts resources and they can usually come up with what I need. It’s unfortunate that there are not that many parts folks that really know how to find parts. Most of them just want to know what vehicle it is, and most know what dead end road that typically is. Anyways parts rant over..
If you really want to have fun at a parts store, just ask for a radiator cap for a '66 Corvair[/QUOTE]

They will just look at you and ask what the heck is a corvair....
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