So the calipers for my car seemingly don't exist. I need to replace the rear right caliper because the parking brake armature that releases the parking brake is stuck. So if I engage the parking brake, it is always engaged on that tire even once I release the lever. My current solution is manually releasing it (with vice grips, it is quite stuck) and using first gear as my parking brake and staying away from hills.
Every rear caliper I find at autozone, autoparts, rock auto, etc has the rear caliper without the parking brake lever attachment. The following picture shows the caliper I need. The parking brake lever is absolutely part of the caliper frame, if you look just above and to the left of the socket head, that rusted ball is the parking-brake cable. That pivot arm it attaches to moves the cable back and forth with the parking brake lever. How do I find this caliper?! I don't want to pay dealer prices.