Conventional four-wheel drive was still available with manual locking hubs. The design also featured strong distinctive curved which rounded out below the. There is a small crack at the base of the windshied at the base. No oil in the water or water in the oil. The clutch works good also.
No rust in the box. All body panels are straight and clean. For the first Chevrolet C Series, made from 1911 to 1913, see the first Chevy. The pickup may have been ordered with the stepside. The passenger side floorpan has rust just barely starting in the same spot. By original looking, I mean it has the iron intake, manifolds, stock air cleaner, etc. It's previous owner our son used it as a daily driver.
A 3-speed automatic transmission Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 and 3. It has a 350 V8 with an Edlebrock 4 barrel. The shift-on-the-move four-wheel drive system featured new automatic self and direct high range , such that the truck could be shifted from two-wheel drive, to fully locked four-wheel drive at speeds of up to 25 mph. I don't know the production numbers but I've been a fan of the squarebody's for a long time. It's usable though but windshields are pretty cheap for these I believe.
This has an open rear differential non-posi. Very easy to repair with a patch panel. The body is really very nice for an unrestored squarebody. He did a frame off restoration. Stereo is an old cassette deck which just may work! The length was extended to 117. Engine - The truck is powered by the original numbers matching 454 with many additional chrome parts. The was relocated from the cab to the outboard sides of one or both beneath the cab floor extending under the leading edge of the pickup box, commonly referred to as a arrangement.
Car details 1978 K10 Longbox Stepside 4x4 Silverado This is a good old solid pickup truck. The engine is fed by dual fuel tanks. There is absolutely no rust or rot anywhere on the body. The original owner sold it in about 2017 I believe. The name change is also found in the vehicle identification number.
The body is really very nice for an unrestored squarebody. I don't know the production numbers but I've been a fan of the squarebody's for a long time. It's previous owner our son used it as a daily driver. I don't know the production numbers but I've been a fan of the squarebody's for a long time. This was also the only year with yellow painted trim instead of black. The 292 six and the 327 in 3 V8 were optional engines. At first glance, the 1969 and 1970 grilles look very similar.
They are chromed steel diamond plate. It needs a couple turn signal bulbs. The 350 small block is known far and wide as a dependable mill all the way up to full race mode. Interior - The interior features custom blue tweed with a custom chevy emblem headliner. Body - The body was repainted a gorgeous white and features custom graphics. The body features many custom modifications including chrome steps, corvette roll pan, and a custom fiberglass tonneau cover with wood bed. For restoration, it should also be noted that the door and window cranks were slightly longer due to the molded plastic door panels, and the vent windows were now secured with a single screw on the inside of the door, thus differentiating it from the 1971 model year.
It is clean and in great shape. A utility variant, known as the , was also introduced with a shorter wheelbase of 104 inches 2,642 mm. The only other rust spot is the low rear corner of the passenger side front fender. Second, an additional trim package was introduced: the Cheyenne. The 350 small block is known far and wide as a dependable mill all the way up to full race mode. Interior - The interior features custom blue tweed with a custom chevy emblem headliner.