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Los cuates de Sinaloa, Movie made for TV, 2009 IMDB

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garco NL

2010-02-20 19:50

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What about the Cheyenne's?
All same generation (= regroup)
It seems we have not any Cheyenne of this generation, sure about the name?

owlman US

2010-02-20 20:22

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Well, they are better known as "Silverado"s here in the USA, but Wikipedia says they were sold under the name Cheyenne in Mexico, where this was filmed. It's confusing because as you know there are other older Chevys also called Cheyenne :/
Since no badges are visible, it's possible these three are all be Silverados brought over from the US, so you could rename them Silverado.
You could also move /vehicle_281935-Chevrolet-Cheyenne.html under /vehicle_281933-Chevrolet-Cheyenne.html since it is background, but I would leave the other one since it is a minor action vehicle and older.

CarChasesFanatic ES

2010-02-20 23:23

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This is a case for Neptune :D , but if we check the Mexican Chevy site we cans ee that they have Silverados but also a Cheyenne, which seems to be the top of the range American Silverado?

Link to "www.gm.com.mx"

ford_guy US

2010-02-21 00:08

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You're on the right path CCF. The top-of-the-line models are Cheyennes, while the work/heavy duty models are Silverados. Under this, it seems that only the police truck would be a Silverado while the rest are Cheyennes. But I am not 100% sure and would indeed wait for Neptune. I doubt these might be American models as this is a bit more common along border states, where it is easier to bring over American models as opposed to Sinaloa, which is a state that is deeper south.

owlman US

2010-02-21 05:17

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I checked again and there is a "Silverado" badge on the back of the 3-star truck in a few frames. Does that make it a Silverado and not a Cheyenne? I don't know. Clearly some Cheyennes are sold with a Cheyenne emblem like this Link to "www.autoconnect.com.mx" . But I don't know if that's always been the case, because I see other "Chevrolet Cheyenne" pictures that are badged as Silverados, like these Link to "www.autoconnect.com.mx" , Link to "veracruz.quebarato.com.mx" Or maybe it's the vernacular to call any Silverado a Cheyenne. :cry:

Neptune US

2010-02-21 22:15

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The Chevrolet Silverado is offered in 1500 and 2500 grade. The Chevrolet Cheyenne seem to be only in 1500. For Mexico
the trucks are split and in this rare case, the model name doubles as the trim level too.

Ford also does something similar with the mexican F-150 and F-250 (they are the same) and the Lobo (F-150) adding to the
confusion. Lobo means "wolf" by the way.

Neptune US

2010-02-21 22:20

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owlman wrote I checked again and there is a "Silverado" badge on the back of the 3-star truck in a few frames. Does that make it a Silverado and not a Cheyenne? I don't know.


The 3-star truck could be an American version brought across the border.

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