Tinted rear window from a 1993 GMC Typhoon Window lock out switch from a 1992 Olds 98 (locks out all other windows except from master switch) Express down front windows courtesy of 2 1995 Bonnevilles (the windows roll down with one touch of the switches) Remote Keyless Entry from a 1995 Buick Regal Factory stereo with AUX input for MP3 player Overhead console from a 1999 Olds Bravada Onstar mirror with compass/temp, the Onstar buttons were modified for Homelink 2WD wheels from a 1994 GMC Jimmy - gives it a wide stance and the wheels with brand new Michelins were $150 LED third brake light and steering wheel from a 1994 Blazer Spare tire carrier modified to hold a Hilift jack Small "GM" emblem from a 2006 Colorado Hood strut from a 1994 Olds Cutlass Supreme Reel out underhood light from a 1992 Olds Cutlass Supreme
I add every factory option I can, whether the car came with it or not.
The only non-OEM parts on this truck are the steering shaft and the jack for the AUX input.
Oh yeah, I forgot the chime module from a 1994 Olds Cutlass Supreme which also added an updated sound (the original was an annoying DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT; this one is a less annoying ding, ding, ding) automatic locks - the doors lock at 9MPH - and it chimes if I leave the turn signal on for more than 2 miles.
It has a little bit of surface rust from GMs lovely water based primer peeling much of the paint off above the windshield and there's a little surface rust where the door has scraped the jamb as it needs new hinge pins.
The underside is as clean as the day it rolled off the Moraine assembly line. Makes me wonder if I could have seen it built...haha, I toured the GM S10 plant in Moraine as a class field trip in late 1991.