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Ive seen Camaros with column shift.. but Gen I come to think of it.

The box on pan rail is netural saftey switch.

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gen 1 colomns are completely different , if the column ir a Camaro itwould be a gen 3. but I think s10.my pictures will not post at this time.
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try one more time.
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The first photo shows where I cut and filled the shift lever,i also filled the seam just below the ignition switch for a cleaner look,also keeps colar from turning.

Do you know what brand the steering wheel is ,I really like it, i want something different a Banjo wheel or something like you have.

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