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1995 Chevrolet Tahoe [GMT420]

1995 Chevrolet Tahoe [GMT420] in Training Day, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: US

1995 Chevrolet Tahoe [GMT420]

Position 01:41:10 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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G-MANN UK

2007-05-16 20:10

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-05-16 20:35

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:D

Neptune US

2007-05-16 21:49

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Considering it has after-market running boards, I would say there is an 80% chance itís
a 1995 through 1998 model Chevrolet C/K-Series Pickup. The 1995 through 1999 model Chevrolet
Tahoe/Suburbanís had factory black running boards.

landrover1 AR

2007-05-17 02:26

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what about that white line that is on the chevrolet?
the pick-up series have in the past that detail, i mean...like the z24 pick-up, there's details that count

Buc84 US

2007-05-17 02:42

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"White Line" is a pinstripe,can be added to any of them?.....but how it sits up,and the 6 lug wheels...it's a 4x4,(K-Series)whatever style it is??

shabanga69 US

2007-05-17 15:42

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Buc84 wrote "White Line" is a pinstripe,can be added to any of them?.....but how it sits up,and the 6 lug wheels...it's a 4x4,(K-Series)whatever style it is??

its not necessarily a 4x4 because it has 6 lug wheels, 2 and 4wd models came with 6 lug wheels after a certain year.

plymubishi US

2007-05-18 01:12

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full marker lighs mean at least a 95. aftermarket running boards can still make it any fullsize chevy as well,tahoes and suburbans were avalable without them from the factory.and as shabanga69 said 6 lug don't mean 4x4,especially since its given away as 95 or newer.

Buc84 US

2007-05-20 01:00

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Guess I should've written it better.6 lug wheels,on the 1988-99 models,would be either a 1/2 or 3/4 ton 4x4,or a "light duty" 3/4 ton 2wd.(6000 gvwr.The "heavy duty" 8600 gvwr version is 8 lug)After mid-99 changeover,the 1/2 ton 2wd & 4wd were both 6 lug.That said,it also seems to sit up higher.This could be a lifted 2wd,but likely,it's a 4wd?

plymubishi US

2007-05-20 22:55

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either way it proably has a little extra height, i know a 20 don't have that much clearance on a stock sitting 4x4 tahoe,at least not the ones i see on a regular basis

ironpony42 US

2007-06-19 02:28

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I hate those trucks, glad to see this one hit! I agree it's a 4x4, but the running boards appear to be aftermarket, not the black steps you see factory on Tahoes. It has that cheesy black ribbed side trim, and I "THINK" that was from earlier. I'm sayin it's a 1995-96. But with out more to see, that's all one can guess. I don't think the stripe matters to identify it. A rig with custom wheels and running boards probably has some extra cheesyball stripes too.

shlc647 US

2017-03-27 03:29

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-- Last edit: 2017-03-27 17:41:03 (night cub)

dhill_cb7 US

2019-04-30 18:15

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[GMT420]. Any shot of the badge that is cut off in the thumbnail you posted? If it says 1500 it is 1995-1997. If it says Tahoe then it is a 1998-1999.

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