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1981 Chevrolet C-20 Silverado Fleetside

1981 Chevrolet C-20 in The Arrival, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

1981 Chevrolet C-20 Silverado Fleetside

Position 01:25:04 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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antp BE

2006-02-05 16:59

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DIEHARD NL

2006-02-05 19:49

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Mazda 626 on the left and a Volvo 240 parked on the driveway

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Explorer4x4

2006-06-20 14:54

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How do you tell a Chevrolet Silverado from the 1970's through early 1990's from a Chevrolet Cheyenne? We have (had) a 92' Cheyenne 2500, weakest truck ever built, and we hit a bump in our road during the famous Alaskan Spring Breakups and the front axle came off. If we were driving a Ford F-250, that'd never have happened.

56Chevy CA

2006-07-19 07:21

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http://www.73-87.com/7387info/7387trimlev.htm

A good site with the differences in trim levels, for both Chev and GMC. Now we can all just stop assuming that every Chevy is a Silverado, and every GMC is a Sierra, right? :)

What can make things confusing is that sometimes, a certain part or molding, that is usually part of a higher trim package, could be added-on as a single option. For example, just because a truck has two-tone paint, doesn't necessarily make it a Silverado.

I'd rather drive a Chev, than push a Ford. :D

Firebird86 US

2006-07-19 07:59

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56Chevy wrote http://www.73-87.com/7387info/7387trimlev.htm

A good site with the differences in trim levels, for both Chev and GMC. Now we can all just stop assuming that every Chevy is a Silverado, and every GMC is a Sierra, right? :)

What can make things confusing is that sometimes, a certain part or molding, that is usually part of a higher trim package, could be added-on as a single option. For example, just because a truck has two-tone paint, doesn't necessarily make it a Silverado.

I'd rather drive a Chev, than push a Ford. :D
Good find on the site, BTW I believe Id rather push a Chevy, than drive a Ford. :lol:

56Chevy CA

2006-07-22 01:41

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Ooops....... ya, that too.

Explorer4x4

2006-07-22 02:53

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56Chevy wrote http://www.73-87.com/7387info/7387trimlev.htm

I'd rather drive a Chev, than push a Ford. :D


I'd rather die in a Ford Explorer then live in a Chevrolet Blazer :p .

Neptune US

2007-01-17 15:59

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Imposter grille!!!

It’s a 1981 through 1982 model Chevrolet C/K-Series Silverado.
It does look to be a "C-20"…

mike962

2019-08-22 19:30

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mike962

2019-08-22 19:50

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