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Foolish question.

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by The mayor, Dec 16, 2006.

  1. The mayor

    The mayor Senior Member
    Messages: 272

    I recently picked up a 1999 chevy 1500 silveraldo. Seems that there is a body change somewhere in there. When looking for parts and what not for it, I am asked is it the new or old body style. Well I don't know. I have a 1990 chevy 1500 and a 2004 avalanche with out body cladding.. The front doesn't look like either. Any help please.
  2. B&B

    B&B PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 12,777

    If your 99' doesn't look like your 90' or your 04' then it would be refered to as a "new body style". 88-98 is considered the "old body" and the 99 and up is considered as the new body.The confusion your experiencing is due to the fact that in the 99' model year you could buy an 88-98 "old body style truck or the 99' up "new body style". Hope I didn't confuse you!
  3. The mayor

    The mayor Senior Member
    Messages: 272

    That's the answer I was looking for. That's much for the help. :waving:
  4. Detroitdan

    Detroitdan PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,937

    if it looks like a 2000 its an NBS
  5. doh

    doh Senior Member
    Messages: 252

    There was the Classic or called GMT 400 and the new GMT 800.