1. Daniel Bowman

    Daniel Bowman New Member

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    Hi I was wondering if anybody has tried or might just know if door panels from a 92-95 will fit against a 91 dash?

    I am having the hardest time finding door panels for a 89-91 in tan but I’m buying a whole 94 wagon parts car for the rest of the interior I’m needing.
     
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    sperold Last to Know

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    They will match up to the dash but the door handles are in a different location. The strange thing is the entire door is interchangeable, but each has their own individual style and accessories. and wiring, depending on the year.

    You can dye panels from another GenI, fix up your panels, or put an ad in the wanted to buy section of this forum. Dan Barbush (SV&HOdan I think) is a great source for hard to get things.
     
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    Ok the wiring for the whole car is from the 91 SHO, but my back doors are from a 93 wagon, so I guess when I get to the door panels I will be running into an issue with the handles
     
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    mrecoolgar SHO NUP

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    The door stamping are different between the 89-91 and the 92-95.
    As stated, the doors from a G2 will bolt onto a G1 but the wiring will be different.
    I have a complete Sandlewood leather interior from a 1990 Electric Red SHO.
    The buyer wanted black so I switched everything out.
     
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