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1989 Chevrolet R-3500 Cheyenne Crew Cab

1989 Chevrolet R-3500 in Maskerade, Movie, 2010 IMDB

Class: Cars, Chassis Cab — Model origin: US

1989 Chevrolet R-3500 Cheyenne Crew Cab

Position 01:17:18 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Neptune US

2011-04-16 00:51

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1989-1991 Chevrolet R-3500 Cheyenne Crew Cab

From the capture I can tell the rear-wheels are spinning in the dirt. The front-wheels are not under power, and theyíre not going to be, ever. The truck is two-wheel drive.

The rear differential lock (if equipped) may or may not be locked.

-- Last edit: 2011-04-16 02:02:41

Neptune US

2011-04-16 01:01

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In the process of trying to confirm the model year ...

cieraguy US

2011-04-16 01:07

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It could be a 1989 as well.

ford_guy US

2011-04-16 01:09

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I'm sure there's a reason for it not being a 1989.
How can it be a Fleetside if it has a utility bed?

Neptune US

2011-04-16 01:29

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Wow, I canít believe I did that! :D I typed Fleetside out of habit since most of the ones on IMCDb are Fleetside, thanks for the catch.

It could be a 1989 model, which was what I was in the process of confirming. I wanted to make sure that Chevrolet did indeed add 3500 on the doors for 1989 models, as I know for sure the 1990 model had 3500 on the doors.

The Cheyenne trim nameplate was resurrected for 1990 models as the new standard base trim level:
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But, since I know now it could also be a 1989, Iím not sure what the base trim is. Suburban and Blazer were using Scottsdale for the base trim in 1989, but that doesnít mean the pickups were. So, Iím now trying to confirm what the base trim was for 1989 ...

ford_guy US

2011-04-16 01:34

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I'm pretty sure Cheyenne was also used for the base 1989 models. I've never found anything to the contrary.

Neptune US

2011-04-16 02:00

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Its confirmed that Custom Deluxe, Scottsdale, and Silverado were still used for the 1988 model year, but I canít find a 1989 m.y. GM advertisement or brochure anywhere.

It does seem that Cheyenne replaced Custom Deluxe for 1989, but Iím wondering if Scottsdale hung around for 1989. The brochure above confirms it was gone for 1990.

If only I could find 1989 documentation, I would be happy ... :cry:

rjluna2 US

2011-04-16 03:30

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Shouldn't this be listed as Cab-Chassis? :think:

cieraguy US

2011-04-17 16:48

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ford_guy wrote I'm pretty sure Cheyenne was also used for the base 1989 models. I've never found anything to the contrary.

I agree... the 1989 restyle put the trim levels in line with the redesigned 1988 trucks.

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