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1989 Chevrolet R-2500

1989 Chevrolet R-2500 in Pistolero a sueldo, Movie, 1992 IMDB

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US — Built in: MX — Made for: MEX

1989 Chevrolet R-2500

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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owlman US

2010-09-04 18:43

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ford_guy US

2010-09-04 19:46

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It appears that the Chevrolet 1/2-ton truck was indeed sold in Mexico with the old rounded line style up until 1991. In this case, I suppose this would have to be a 1989 R-1500. I will do more research and get back to you guys on this.

owlman US

2010-09-04 19:54

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Here's the best shot of the badge I can get. it looks like it actually says 2500 (I guess that's an R at the front?)
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ford_guy US

2010-09-05 03:04

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Up front is the Chevrolet badge, not the "R." I can't find much information on Mexican Chevy trucks. This is the best I could find, a brochure for 1988 Mexican models:
http://www.73-87.com/7387info/7387_brochures.htm

Neptune US

2010-09-05 03:15

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You found my site (well its not MY site) but I love that website. :)

ford_guy US

2010-09-05 03:31

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I've been using it for a while now ;)

tonkaTRACKER US

2010-09-05 03:39

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lol I use that site on a regular basis as well ;)


Strange that this one uses the Chevrolet grille... most of the Mexican market Chevrolets that I have seen are actually GMCs (or Pontiacs) with bowties and Chevrolet Badging.

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owlman US

2010-09-05 05:06

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Here's one with the same 'bowtie-2500' badge easily visible http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.mx/MLM-50592315-cheyene-matona-fresona-_JM
If you search the listings for for Chevrolet Cheyenne you'll find many others in that year range. I'm not sure if they were actually sold as Cheyenne, or if they just call every Chevy p/u Cheyenne!

ford_guy US

2010-09-06 08:42

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Sorry, just saw your comment. It appears as if the "Cheyenne" name is just the most commonly used term as that is what the Chevrolet trucks over there are known as now (as opposed to the name Silverado, which is used here in the States). It relates back to how many people mislabel the pre-1999 trucks as Silverados.

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