- Original GM Factory Part 20008916
- Fits Other 1981-88 G-Body Pull Straps
- Aluminum Insert Can be Removed For All Black Look
- 2 Needed Per Door Panel
Nothing looks worse on a G-Body 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 El Camino, Conquista, Super Sport, or GMC Caballero, Amarillo, Laredo interior then missing pull strap inserts. Typically missing or damaged, these inserts are one of the smallest parts in your Chevy El Camino or GMC Caballero interior, yet one of the most eye-popping. Located on the ends of your 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 El Camino, Conquista, Super Sport, or GMC Caballero, Amarillo, Laredo door panel pull strap, these pull strap inserts cover the Phillips screw in the chrome escutcheon housing ends. Made from high quality plastic and injected molded with proper snap ends, our El Camino pull strap inserts then have a brushed aluminum insert carefully applied for the stunning machine look. From restored, daily driven or raced, The El Camino Store understands that the little details, such as these 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 El Camino, Conquista, Super Sport, or GMC Caballero, Amarillo, Laredo pull strap covers, can make the difference in any interior restoration.
New old stock (NOS) Ecklers Industries refers to NOS parts as original equipment parts offered for sale which was manufactured long ago but that has never been used. Such merchandise maybe permanently out of production and tooling may no longer exist, and the new old stock may represent the only current source of a particular item. Although some circles consider NOS parts as having to be â€œeraâ€ correct or â€œshow correctâ€, this assumption is not true. NOS parts could be parts that are exact to what was found at time of production, had upgrading in tooling to accommodate other car lines such as extra mounting holes or casting ears, made on worn or rebuilt original tooling or superseded entirely to another design for safety reasons. Ecklers considers a part NOS when it is either produced by GM or by an affiliate and or subcontractor to GM. Examples of these companies can included but are not limited to AC Delco, Remy and Delphi. NOS parts can come packaged in many ways such as era correct packing, update packaging, unpackaged entirely or simply in plastic bags. While damage to the original packaging is common, many items have been on shelves or in storage and over time may have developed some damage such as surface rust or discoloration. This minor damage from â€œshelf wearâ€ does not detract from an item being identified as NOS. Ecklers Industries highly recommends you conduct detail research before buying any NOS part if the part is used to duplicate an era correct application.