1989 Chevy Sport Truck




1989 Chevy Sport Truck

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    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    Bean Station, East Tennessee Posts: Retrieved 21 August Exterior changes this year included a special two-tone paint job, available in many different varieties new gloss black folding exterior mirrors, and the door handles were changed from a smooth gloss black finish to a textured, satin finish. Here you go - a "Sport" in KY. Contact Us - chevytrucks.

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

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    Register or Log In To remove these advertisements. I believe that Chevy sold a Sport Truck between and What was the RPO code? What did the RPO include besides body-coloured grill? Was it available in all the offered paint colours?

    Thanks for the help. I don't remember one for these models, but that don't mean much. There were sooooo many option packages being sold. Leave the rest to God! It's scary when you start making the same noises as your coffee maker. Perhaps the trucks with body-coloured grills, bumpers, etc. Maybe it was an appearance option.

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    I just did a search and alot of stuff on google say the sport truck option is waht most of us call the SS option. Thanks, Bill, but I've seen them with the body-coloured grill without the SS option. However, your observation helps in the description of what I'm after. I have seen those year K5 Blazers with a Sport option so you would think they had a truck version too? My guess on this one would be that it is just something a guy built? Look what I found.

    Apparently, there was a GMC version as well. Hmmm, I have seen the Sierra GT's before. Wonder why I didn't remeber that This is a 4x4 Sport. I didn't see any 2wd Sport's. There might have been some but the name "Sport" wasn't in the immediate description? Tried it again for BLazers and again got a bunch they are all "sport utility" but this is the one I like. Heres a Sierra GT. My brother oned one, it was an 89 or 90, red, shortbed I think, wide bed, had the "sport' decal on the sides of the bed, behind the wheel, up high, had the body colored grille, composite headlites, and chrome steel wheels.

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    Don't remember much else about it According to the writeup in Wikopedia. Three trim levels were available: Cheyenne, Scottsdale, and Silverado. Engines were a hp kW 4. A hp kW 7. I n , a fleetside Sport package was available with matching body color bumpers and grille, chrome wheels, and fog lights. A Z71 off-road package was also available with skid plates and Bilstein shocks. In , the 4-speed manual transmission was dropped and the stepside trucks were available with extended cabs.

    I n , the Sport package was made available for the stepside models, featuring body color bumpers, mirrors, and grille with cast aluminum wheels. The R4 transmission was replaced with the 4LE automatic in also.

    In , the 6. In , the trucks received an updated interior and audio system. The Vortec V8s were introduced in , with power boosts across the board for the gasoline engines, thanks to high-flow cylinder heads, new camshaft, roller valve lifters and a higher compression ratio. Speed sensitive steering was introduced on the trucks in along with a passenger side airbag.

    1989 Chevy Sport Truck

    This platform was one of two where the traditional small-block Chevrolet V8 was last used the G-series van was the last platform using the small block until the end of the model year. The GMT platform was introduced in although the GMT platform was produced until the model year in response to fleet sales. Although no longer produced in the U. It was available in only regular cab half-ton specification in Onyx Black. The SS was powered by a cu in 7. A 3-speed automatic transmission and 3.

    The suspension was also upgraded with 32 mm 1. Unique exterior features included a front air dam with fog lights, special rims, decals displaying " SS" on the trunk sides, red trim emblems, and black painted grille, bumpers, and mirrors. The interior was also unique with a special plush Garnet Red cloth with black trim, high-back reclining sport bucket seats, and center console.

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