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1985 Chevrolet Suburban Silverado [K-10]

1985 Chevrolet Suburban [K-10] in Witless Protection, Movie, 2008 IMDB

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

1985 Chevrolet Suburban Silverado [K-10]

Position 00:12:43 [*] Background vehicle

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antp BE

2008-06-01 23:23

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Silverado is the trim I guess, so Suburban as model? C-10 or K-10?

Firebird86 US

2008-06-02 00:13

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K-10

antp BE

2008-06-02 10:27

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But what about "Silverado" name? As I asked, isn't that just a trim? i.e. weren't these named "Suburban"?

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cieraguy US

2008-06-03 23:47

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antp wrote But what about "Silverado" name? As I asked, isn't that just a trim? i.e. weren't these named "Suburban"?

Right Silverado for these years is a trim level. There was also Custom Deluxe, Scottsdale, etc. GMC models had different trim names.

Ddey65 US

2008-06-04 12:20

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cieraguy wrote
Right Silverado for these years is a trim level. There was also Custom Deluxe, Scottsdale, etc. GMC models had different trim names.

As far as I'm concerned, that counts. In fact, if we've already got this tagged as a K-10 and a Silverado, we might as well ditch the "Unknown" part.



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antp BE

2008-06-04 18:55

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Because I am still waiting for an answer to my question, weren't these named Suburban? (as I thought that K-10 as model name was just for pickups)
If you say no we just name it K-10 and that's all :D

Ddey65 US

2008-06-04 20:54

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antp wrote Because I am still waiting for an answer to my question, weren't these named Suburban? (as I thought that K-10 as model name was just for pickups)
If you say no we just name it K-10 and that's all :D

Suburbans did get the same trim names as pickups, yes. And no, the K-10 & K-20 applied to Suburbans and Panel Trucks as well. And so did the C-10 and C-20.



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antp BE

2008-06-04 21:18

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But then this is a Suburban?

Ddey65 US

2008-06-04 21:29

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antp wrote But then this is a Suburban?

Oh, then yes. And the thumbnail pics are proof of that.





-- Last edit: 2008-06-04 21:49:18

nickman912 US

2008-07-12 05:09

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1985-1987

BiltFordTuff US

2009-11-17 01:41

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it says silverado 10 on the fender

Neptune US

2009-11-17 02:19

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It is indeed a Suburban, equipped with the Silverado trim level package. It added almost $ 1,000 to the list price of the
vehicle (not including other optional extras) Silverado was the high-end luxury trim, the best money could buy at that time.
It is fitted with a snow plow front end assembly. As it is 4-wheel-drive, it will have a New Process 2-speed transfer case with
low range off-road gearing (also an optional extra)

For enhanced off road traction, a G80 "Gov-lock" automatic locking rear differential was also available for an additional cost,
but standard on the military version of the short wheelbase K-5 Blazer. The number "10" means the Suburban has a ½ ton light-duty
chassis. They were (and still are) available as a ¾ ton heavy duty chassis for increased payload and towing capacity.

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