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Chevrolet Step-Van P-30

Chevrolet Step-Van P-30 in Maniac Cop, Movie, 1988 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: US

Chevrolet Step-Van P-30

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle


stronghold EN

2009-11-05 08:24


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Before this chevy crashes at the dock, it changes into this:- /vehicle_255838-International.html

-- Last edit: 2009-11-05 09:32:48

police car fan NL

2013-12-30 15:50


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-- Last edit: 2013-12-30 18:26:46 (walter)

rjluna2 US

2013-12-30 19:58


Could this be [P-20] series based on visible badge at /vehicle_255832-Lincoln-Town-Car-Stretched-Limousine-1981.html ? :think:

rtsbusman1997 US

2016-04-01 00:19


No, this is a P-30. The NYC filmed truck was smaller and was a P-20.

Sandie SX

2016-04-01 00:32


Yes, you can see the different badge style in stronghold's penultimate thumb.

rtsbusman1997 US

2016-05-19 01:44


[P-30] should be in brackets.

dsl SX

2016-05-19 01:53


^ if so, we have a batch of Step-Van P-30 to change. If not, we have a batch of Step-Van [P-30] to change instead.

antp BE

2016-06-05 19:27


Seems that P-30 is part of the model name, cf some of Elmer's comments: /yourcomments.php?search=p-30&id=elmer
but probably not all vehicles were yet properly updated (not sure that P-30 in model name applies to all [P-30])


2016-06-08 02:15


rtsbusman1997 wrote [P-30] should be in brackets.

No, as it's indeed a part of the name. The accurate model/chassis code are more detailed: see the "spoiler" part in this post.

From what I understood, [P-30] and similar [P-10]/[P-20] codes were used at first as chassis code in the IMCDb the same way [C-10]/[C-20]/[C-30] codes were. Now that the latter codes have been moved to the name part, it's maybe time to do it also with the P-Series models? ;)
And if we want more accuracy, we should give the 1964-82 big vans (i.e. the P-20 and the P-30) their complete name, which is Step-Van King:
[Image: 1964step-vanking.jpg] [Image: 1968step-vanking.jpg] [Image: 1980step-vanking.jpg]
(Excerpts of the 1964, 1968 and 1980 brochures)

[Image: 1982step-vanking.jpg]
(1982 brochure excerpt, with the model codes. The King part doesn't appear on later brochures)

It would be easy for the 1964-67 models, but should we give this complete name to all 1968+ model or only to 1968-77 ones (when identifiable as such), as there's no detail to help differentiate a 1978-82 model from a 1983+ one?

For the record, the van of the main pic has indeed the wheel rims of the "heaviest" 1-ton P-30:
stronghold wrote [...] [Image: maniaccop219.4875.jpg] [...]

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