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1987 Chevrolet R-30 Custom Deluxe Crew Cab

1987 Chevrolet R-30 in 24, TV Series, 2001-2010 IMDB Ep. 5.01

Class: Cars, Chassis Cab — Model origin: US

1987 Chevrolet R-30 Custom Deluxe Crew Cab

Position 00:25:28 [*] Background vehicle

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Hecubus CA

2006-05-26 23:55

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That's a Chevrolet truck of some kind (C-30?)

firebird86 US

2006-05-27 00:13

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1988 Chevrolet Scottsdale C30 Crew Cab

imcdb FR

2006-05-27 16:05

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you guys are pretty good at identifying cars ;)

antp BE

2006-05-27 20:51

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Yes they are incredible :D I remember at the begining of the site how difficult it was for identifying these US vehicles (or even worse: these pre-war vehicles).

cieraguy US

2006-11-30 20:49

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Wouldn't it be an R30 at this point?

Neptune US

2006-11-30 23:25

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cieraguy wrote Wouldn't it be an R30 at this point?


No, not really, General Motors switched back too the C and K letters after the 1987 model year. But they left the (full-size) Blazer and Suburban alone. They still went by the letters R and V… That said, I will say what I said before, someone working at GM (at that time) must have been on drugs, because GM’s classification of their (full-size) trucks is very confusing…

cieraguy US

2006-12-03 06:00

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Yeah agree. They should have kept with something well known th whole time, like C/K.

ford_guy US

2009-08-07 22:49

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I believe I found it here:
Link to "www.cinemavehicles.com"

It's listed as a 1987 model. Now I know the information that is up for this truck right now is incorrect as "Scottsdale" was only a trim name, not the model name. Neptune, your help is requested :D

ford_guy US

2009-08-11 00:55

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Neptune, I assume that you were the one who filled in the information? :D
Anyhow, I had some questions. That website that I posted the link to isn't exactly reliable with the years. Based on the pictures, do you really think it could be a 1987 model, and therefore have the "R" name? And as for the extra info, wouldn't you normally list the trim first, example: Custom Deluxe Crew Cab?

Neptune US

2009-08-11 02:49

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Yes, I was in a hurry :D

If the site is unreliable, then we can default. The truck being a "30" (1-ton) has the grille used from ’85-’88. So an ’87 is possible.

Only the "10" (1/2-ton) and "20" (3/4-ton) grade trucks ended for ’87. The 30 pushed on to ‘91. About the trim? I normally list the trim
level after the cab name (keeping to a sort of format) Not really mandatory I suppose. I just do it for order.

ford_guy US

2009-08-11 02:53

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I think we can keep 1987 as the year. In this case, as you say, it is a possibility. But you've done it differently in the past, such as in this case:

/vehicle_216351-GMC-C-35-1981.html

Neptune US

2009-08-11 03:05

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Ufff, That would be a mistake on my part, I was probably in a hurry that day. :/

ford_guy US

2009-08-11 03:27

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Personally, I like it better with the trim name immediately after, at least with these older Chevrolet/GMC trucks. It goes well, especially since a lot of trucks are named, for example: C-10 Silverado Fleetside where the trim is immediately after. That seems more uniform to me, but I'm not telling you what to do, so don't take it the wrong way.

Neptune US

2009-08-11 03:28

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I’m flexible, we can do that ... :D

ford_guy US

2009-08-11 03:32

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Okay, but like I said, just with this generation of trucks would be okay. I'm not asking for a huge change :D

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