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Stevie's missions become available after completing all of Brucie's special car deliveries, and the mission [[Smackdown (GTA IV)|Smackdown]] for [[Derrick McReary]].
 
Stevie's missions become available after completing all of Brucie's special car deliveries, and the mission [[Smackdown (GTA IV)|Smackdown]] for [[Derrick McReary]].
  
Stevie makes a possible on-screen appearance at the end of the mission [[I'll Take Her...]], albeit briefly. When the player takes [[Gracie Ancelotti|Gracie]] to the safehouse, [[Gordon Sargent|Gordon]] says "''There he is! Stevie, take the car''. Then a stocky, dark-haired man in a tan sportcoat and grey slacks gets into Gracie's [[Feltzer]] and drives off.  Whether this is the same "Stevie" Niko usually deals with is unknown -- Stevie the car-trader is not known to have any connection with the [[McReary Mob]].
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Stevie makes a possible on-screen appearance at the end of the mission [[I'll Take Her...]], albeit briefly. When the player takes [[Gracie Ancelotti|Gracie]] to the safehouse, [[Gordon Sargent|Gordon]] says "''There he is! Stevie, take the car''. Then a stocky, dark-haired man in a tan sportcoat and grey slacks gets into Gracie's [[Feltzer]] and drives off.  Whether this is the same "Stevie" Niko usually deals with is unknown -- Stevie the car-trader is not known to have any connection with the [[McReary Mob]]. And as Niko can kill this Stevie and neither seems to be aware of who the other is, this makes it even unlikely.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 16:42, 19 July 2009

Stevie is a black-market vehicle trader in Grand Theft Auto IV. Whilst not encountered in person, he contacts Niko Bellic via text message with stolen car delivery requests. He has a garage called S&M Auto Sales located in Bohan, where the player delivers stolen cars in exchange for cash. Only the requested vehicles are accepted until all thirty car deliveries are complete; at that point, any car may be sold for cash. The reward is dependent on the model of the car, and its condition.

Brucie Kibbutz and Stevie are apparently friends and have had business dealings in the past, as it is Brucie that asks to borrow Stevie's yellow Comet to race in the mission, "No. 1." Upon winning the race with Niko at the wheel, Brucie is so impressed that he turns the Comet over to Niko (implying that the car is not legitimately owned by Stevie, but is simply a "company car" obtained through his stolen car business). This incident is referenced twice more in the game: first, when Brucie calls Niko to inform him of Stevie's interest in employing him to steal cars, Niko asks if Stevie wants his car back, to which Brucie replies no; second, Stevie eventually states in a text message that he misses his Comet, and asks Niko to obtain another one that he has had his eye on--a plum-colored one parked in Westminster.

Stevie's missions become available after completing all of Brucie's special car deliveries, and the mission Smackdown for Derrick McReary.

Stevie makes a possible on-screen appearance at the end of the mission I'll Take Her..., albeit briefly. When the player takes Gracie to the safehouse, Gordon says "There he is! Stevie, take the car. Then a stocky, dark-haired man in a tan sportcoat and grey slacks gets into Gracie's Feltzer and drives off. Whether this is the same "Stevie" Niko usually deals with is unknown -- Stevie the car-trader is not known to have any connection with the McReary Mob. And as Niko can kill this Stevie and neither seems to be aware of who the other is, this makes it even unlikely.

See also