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Old 01-11-2018, 09:37 PM   #1
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Hello all,
I have the whole interior of my 94 in the basement. I found a 1995 with the same seats and door panels, all manual options. Besides the console, dash, seatbelts, and A pillar trim is there anything different from a 94 and 95? The 95 has 162k on it but is inspected and manual trans. Same rims and paint too as my totaled one. I'm going to check it out Saturday, I'm amazed to see that there's one almost exactly the same as mine..
Thanks in advance, and thanks to those helping me cope with the loss of my 94.

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Old 01-11-2018, 09:57 PM   #2
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Old 01-12-2018, 12:32 AM   #3
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Exterior is identical. Interior is the same from the doors back, not including what you mentioned.

Nobody actually wants the '91-'94 front belts anyway...at least not after the novelty of the moving belts wears off and you realize you have to wait an extra "beat" to get out or get decapitated (all the fun performance mod's I did to a '93 SL2 and the best mod was swapping the belts for proper ones from a '95 lol)

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Old 01-12-2018, 12:59 AM   #4
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Exterior is identical. Interior is the same from the doors back, not including what you mentioned.

Nobody actually wants the '91-'94 front belts anyway...at least not after the novelty of the moving belts wears off and you realize you have to wait an extra "beat" to get out or get decapitated (all the fun performance mod's I did to a '93 SL2 and the best mod was swapping the belts for proper ones from a '95 lol)
Hey, speak for yourself, part of me for some reason loves the auto belts on my HCE, but to OP, seat belt buckles are the same from 91 to 98 so even though the 94 has the mouse belt and the 95 has the fixed belt it will just be a simple seat swap for and not need to change the buckles

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Old 01-13-2018, 01:53 PM   #5
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Hello all,
I have the whole interior of my 94 in the basement. I found a 1995 with the same seats and door panels, all manual options. Besides the console, dash, seatbelts, and A pillar trim is there anything different from a 94 and 95? The 95 has 162k on it but is inspected and manual trans. Same rims and paint too as my totaled one. I'm going to check it out Saturday, I'm amazed to see that there's one almost exactly the same as mine..
Thanks in advance, and thanks to those helping me cope with the loss of my 94.
The dash and interior of 1995 model years can be 2nd Gen, even in the SL models. I have seen at least one 1995 SL1, that had the 2nd Gen interior as my 1995 SC2. Be mindful of this, when comparing parts to swap. I am currently in possession of the starter motor of that 1995 SL1, as a tree fell on its roof at 76k miles, and it is sitting in a local boneyard.

Exteriors are identical.

You can cross reference part numbers and interchange, by using www.wholesalegmpartsonline.com , as it is a chevy dealer website from KY & contains GM parts diagrams.

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Old 01-13-2018, 02:31 PM   #6
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The dash and interior of 1995 model years can be 2nd Gen
1995 was the first year of the updated cluster, dash and center console for every model. '96 SL and SW's got the full 2nd gen update while SC's got it in '97.


You won't like the mouse belts in the '91-'94's if you're a larger/heavier person and rip the stupid things off the car in a crash. The '95+ style use's a stronger part of the car to bolt to as well as larger bolts doing the...bolting.

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