I ordered a lock cylinder from NAPA for $62 including key. I guess I'll just have 2 different keys.
I don't want to remove the pins, allowing any key or slender object to start the car. The '95 Civic was the most stolen car in the U.S. for around 10 years. This year it slipped to #2, behind the '89 Camry.
The Haynes manual makes the installation look relatively simple, since I do not have to replace the ignition switch. Originally, I thought I had to replace them both.