The 194 6-cylinder engine was now standard equipment, with an available 'Hi-Torque' 140 hp 100 kW 230 cu in 3. A retractable rear courtesy step for the passenger side doors was used on the Sportvan. Engine cooling was improved with the addition of an optional larger cross-flow type radiator and a redesigned front which included a low-profile tunnel allowing more fresh air to the radiator. Suspension and steering parts came from the. Item offered for sale is used and may contain defects not immediately detectable. Front and rear bumpers were enlarged.
Additional Info: Seller Information Seller Name: Asset Location: 115 McDonough Rd Fayetteville, Georgia 30214-4324 Inspection Item is Sold As Is, Where Is, No warranty offered or implied. For 1982, the locking steering column was introduced; the ignition switch, dimmer switch and wiper switch were relocated to the steering column. Tire Condition: Fayette County assessment is good. The transmission choices were a three-speed manual, three-speed automatic, four-speed manual, or 4-speed automatic, depending on the model year. The straightforward construction and a boxy design was ideal for economically hauling cargo, tools and equipment around town.
The G-20 featured heavier suspension, a 12 bolt rear axle and increased hauling capability with a 6 lug bolt pattern. Clear blinker housings were used on early models, along with blue grille ornaments Chevrolet models. The Surveyor is almost identical to the Open Road line of class B coaches offered by Chevrolet but the production numbers are significantly fewer. With no actual temperature control, fan speed was the only way to adjust for desired comfort level. First fielded in the mid-1960s, the model line evolved until it was replaced in 1996 by the. Please contact Trina Barwicks at 770 305-5420 or Email: tbarwicks fayettecountyga. Please contact Trina Barwicks 770 305-5420 or tbarwicks fayettecountyga.
This vehicle was maintained every 5,000 miles. A 4-wheel antilock brake system is also a standard, new-for-1993 feature. A light duty version, the G10, was produced alongside the G20—the early versions used the Chevrolet passenger car wheels 5 lugs - 4. The engine was also revised, with the 4. A left-side door was made available for the passenger van market. All van models now have square headlamps.
The pick-up location is not a manned location. Engine cooling was improved with redesigned doghouse, the addition of a larger optional cross-flow type radiator and a redesigned front floor tunnel more fresh air to the radiator. The major restyle followed the engine-forward design of the competing 1968. Base models continued with 2 headlights. A first gen is quickly identified by its single piece flat windshield glass. For 1986 and 1987, most engines are fuel-injected and a 4.
First-generation Chevyvan refers to the first G-10 half-ton production years 1964 through 1966. The first 1964 Chevyvan was originally marketed and sold as a panel van for purely utilitarian purposes. The 1st Gen vans were available in only the short 90-inch wheelbase and were only sold with the standard 90 hp 153-cubic-inch or. Decals: Have been removed and impressions remain. Engines and brakes were sourced from the , a more conventional than.
Some models got electronic spark control. Custom 1983 A-Team van The 6. Currently there are more after market part options available for its V8 counterparts. The Vandura and sister Chevy Van replaced the earlier flat nosed model. Pictured Is a Chevrolet diesel cube van Chevrolet van cab and chassis were also made into cube vans The and G-series vans were made by for North America. Repairs Needed: Brake Pedal Spongy.
Any other G van with a chrome grille from 1978-1982 required the rectangular headlamp option. These featured available upgrades such as Chrome bumpers, two tone paint, rear passenger seats, interior paneling, padded dash, chrome horn ring. For 1985, the taillight and side marker lenses were redesigned. The term Chevrolet van also refers to the entire series of vans sold by Chevrolet. Additional Damage: Rust left front fender. .
Acceptable forms of payment are: U. The base cargo model was the Chevyvan, available with or without windows and side cargo doors. On-Line Payments through 3rd Party Vendor : Paymentus Corporation charges a fee to use their service. The short wheelbase vans measured 110 inches 2,794 mm , while the long wheelbase was 125-inch 3,175 mm wheelbase. These vans were built on a stronger truck frame versus the previous generation's unibody construction. G30 models getting the 4L80E transmission as standard. This era gave rise to the modern Limousine and limo-vans of today, and multiple, modern, Camper innovations and creations as well.