96 Cavalier front seats mystery

I have a 96 Cavalier and someone brought to our attention that the two front seats (look like original seats) are different from each other; same style,
but two subtly different weave colors. I checked the VIN on Carfax and it doesnt seem to be a flood car or totalled. Does GM do this occasionally? One seat matches the back seats. The other doesn't. Rick
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Possibly the seat covering was repalced before you bought it. This is quite common if there is a side airbag in the seat that detonates.
Or maybe it ripped or got a burm hole in it.
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side airbags in a 96 cavalier? man BMW's barely had air bags then :D
Whats the last 8 of the VIN, I can look up on GM's system if the seat cover was replaced under warranty, that would explain the difference.

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It is easy to wash a car title so that a totaled car has no history. The process is detailed on many websites and other places on the Internet. But if you take it to a good auto body repair place an experienced tech can tell pretty quickly if it's been in a major accident.
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