S10 Crew Cab ? ?

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Did,does,Chevy make a true 4-door crew cab in the S10 ??
J C



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"J C P" <JCP1STatADAMSdotNET> wrote in message
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In the S-10, no, but the new Colorado yes.

Whitelightning



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Whitelightning wrote:
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I think they made them but only for sale outside the USA.  I don't know why
GM would think there wasn't a market forthem here.



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George wrote:

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Yes they did, the last 3 or 4 years, but they only had a short 4.5' bed
because they used the same frame as the extended cab.  I've also seen one
or two of the rare first generation crew cabs on a couple s10 forums which
did have the 6' bed but never made it into production.  The crew cab were
made in other countries for many years and then the last few they started
in the US.  

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Hmmmm that's interesting. I'm driving 2001 S-10 4x4 Crew Cab.  Yes, it has
four doors.  The bed is 4.5 ft long.  It has the 4.3L V-6 CPI Vortec.





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I stepped in it.  I knew about the "third door" model extended cabs, but
plum forgot
the last three years offered crew cabs before the S-10 went away, replaced
by the
Colorado.

Whitelightning



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Fair enough.  I didn't realize Chevy made a Crew Cab until I saw it in the
car lot.  I've spent quite a bit of time overseas and haven't paid a lot of
attention to specific makes/models.  2001 was the first year of the Crew Cab
release here in the States.  Not sure which year they switched to the
Colorado.



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2004 was the first year. I have an '05 crew cab
Frank

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2004 was the first year. I have an '05 crew cab<br>
Frank<br>
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Colorado.

Whitelightning


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S10 crews are common up here in canada, sharp looking units.
  2004 was the first year. I have an '05 crew cab
  Frank

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plum forgot
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Whitelightning


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