JScott23's Garnet 88-94 Interior Parts Collection

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  1. JScott23

    JScott23 8 Lug Expert

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    So many of you already know me from my two crew cabs, but for those don't. You'll probably learn from my two trucks that i'm a 88-94 interior nut, particularly with the red (garnet) color.

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    The 94 6.5 (Red) started life as a Cheyenne (Vinyl Benches/Rubber Floors) and I've spent the last few years completing the Silverado(ish) interior conversion.

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    The 93 6BT (White) has the original Silverado interior with PW/PL.

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    Throughout this process I've gathered some extra parts, some not even relevant to crew cabs. I'm typically always a buyer for red interior parts, just on the principle that these trucks are getting older, and these good condition interior parts are going to be what gets hard to find.

    I also expect that i'll build another 400 in the future, and although i'm not 100% certain when or what cab/bed configuration that might be; I'm sure it'll be a 91-94 GMC, and have red interior.


    I have all of these parts, a 93 garnet dash, and spare red center console. (not pictured)

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    Standard Bench (7.5/10 Condition)
    Extended Cab Rear Seat (8.5/10 Condition)
    Standard Door Panels (6.5/10 Condition)

    I've also got some spare switches and emblems i'm stocking up on.

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    And FINALLY....

    I just picked up these.

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    92-94 2 Door Blazer Door Panels & Window Switches.

    The condition isn't immaculate, but they're in above average condition. Someone ran screws into the he drivers side armrest, but those aren't super difficult to find.

    I saw them for sale, and just couldn't pass them up. Knowing my next project will for sure be a 2 door. In being so, it'll have the 3 vertical switches on the drivers door panel. I always felt like that was confusing and was a flaw in the 88-94 interiors. Well as far as the trucks went. IMO these blazer bezels/switches are what GM should've used from the factory in all 2 reg/extended cab trucks/blazers. They match the crew cab/suburbans and look/fit/function better.

    This will also give me the opportunity to add power mirrors as well.

    GM didn't care to match the switch bezels in all of the GMT400's, but i'm picky enough, i'll cover up that flaw.
     
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    I'll keep this up to date with any additional parts i get my hands on from this point forward.

    I have some factory appearing ideas... heated mirrors and fog lamps using factory dash switches being a couple of them.
     
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    So... this afternoon i went junk-yarding today in search of a couple small things.

    Came across a 93 GMC C1500 with Garnet High Back Buckets at a local junkyard.. really wasn't looking, but for the price.. they'll make a great spare/future project set. They're in great condition excluding one small hole on the drivers side lumbar which i should be able to fix. The actual seat portion is in great condition.

    Outside of the hole these are arguably in better shape than the others i have in my crew cabs. At least better than the ones in my 94.

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    Very rarely do you see them with the armrests in this good of condition.

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