87 chevy silverado long bed

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  • pickup 41,060
  • 20,000 overpriced
  • Cheyenne, WY
  • 4 years
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20,0001987 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

  • pickup 41,060 gasoline black automatic

1987 Chevy Silverado, Rare Factory Quad Shock. Videos Below Is So Much To List. I Pretty Much Redid Truck From Top To Bottom. ThePhotos And Videos Speak For Themselves. Frame, Bed, Bottom Side Of Bed, WheelWells, Inner Fenders. Everything Was Done Right. I Had 3m Premium On The Front Of Hood And Down Both Rockers, Front To Back To PreventChipping ($800). New Paint, New Interior, New Glasss, New Rubber, New Tires,Mechanically Sound, Rebuilt 700r4 Transmission. Nice Sounding, Crisp, ClearStereo System. I Do Have The Silverado Tailgate Panel, Just Need To Put It On. IDon't Like Dual Tank Beds, They're A Pain, I Switched To A Single TankBed And A 16 Gal Tank On Passengers Side For Convenience. I Do Not Know If TheMileage Is True.

20,000Cheyenne, WYCheyenne, WY 4 years at carsforsale.com

Sours: https://buysellsearch.com/vehicles/cars/mk-chevrolet/ml-silverado/yr-1987

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heys mine from a long time ago, like a year or so

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Whatever can't get fixed with a hammer, a roll of duct tape, a clothes hanger, a tube of glue, and a case of beer, can wait until tomorrow.
Sours: https://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/showthread.php?t=303486
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1973-1987 Chevy C10 and GMC Truck Buyer’s Guide

The slang name is "square-body," and there are a lot of good reasons to buy a 1973 to 1987 Chevy C10 or GMC truck. The number-one reason being 1973 to 1987 Chevy C10 trucks were produced for 15 years, the longest production run in comparison to the 1960 to 1966 C10 at 6 years of production and 5 years of production for the 1967 to 1972 Chevy C10 truck. The Chevy C10's 15-year production span from 1973 to 1987 left 10 million good used trucks in the world with a lot of great OEM and aftermarket parts to service, restore, or customize with.

I have to admit I am a little biased toward liking 1973 to 1987 Chevy C10 trucks. You see, when I took over the editorship of Custom Classic Trucks in 2005 the magazine only covered up to 1972 Chevy 10s, so the first editorial decision I made was to expand CCT's Chevy C10 coverage up to 1987. The next thing I did was find three good examples before the prices went up like they had on 1967 to 1972 Chevy C10s. It's because of the 15-year production period with a lot of trucks produced that the prices have stayed relatively low on 1973 to 1987 builder Chevy C10 trucks.

There are good and bad facts about the early square-body Chevy C10 trucks. The bad is the early square-bodies were quite prone to rusting, and the hoods liked to buckle on the passenger side right in front of the hood hinge. As early as 1976 in California the first signs of rust on a 1973 to 1975 began on the lower rear section of the front fenders and above the wheelwells on Fleetside trucks. Three or four years into square-body production GM addressed the rust problem with better primers, zinc galvanized plating, and I'm guessing heavier-gauge sheetmetal.

The good news for California residents is 1973 to 1975 Chevy C10 trucks are exempt from emissions (smog) testing, and the ironic part is most customized square-bodies end up with a LS or Vortec swap that produces twice the horsepower and far lower emissions than 1976 to 1986 Chevy C10 trucks. In states where smog testing isn't required for 1973 to 1987 Chevy C10 trucks, the path to higher performance and lower emissions is wide open.

Perhaps the best bonus over all else is the 1973 to 1987 Chevy C10 trucks are faster and easier to work on than the earlier 1960 to 1972 Chevy C10 trucks. Here's a little test if you'd like to prove it to yourself. See how long it takes to remove a 1967 to 1972 C10 front bumper with its hard-to-access bumper bolts and then in about the same amount of time strip a 1973 to 1987 Chevy C10 down to the firewall. The early standard-equipment square-body C10s had weak frames that twist. The solution is to buy a Big 10 or Heavy Half with the F44 package, which in C10 shortbed or longbed form has heavier-duty framerails and crossmembers. Look inside the glovebox door for the SPID (paper sticker) and check for the F44 option. Any C10 with a 454 will automatically have the F44 option—it was mandatory. And a 350-powered Big 10 will have the F44 package.

1973-1987 Chevy C10 / 350 or 454 Emblems in Grille

There were a lot of firsts in 1973 with the introduction of the new body style. Wind tunnel testing led to a curved windshield and side door glass that increased aerodynamics and reduced air turbulence; less wind resistance meant less noise in the cab. New for 1973 was the availability of the 454-inch big-block engine indicated with a 454 emblem in the grille. It is more common to find a 350 small-block indicated with an emblem in the grille and confirmed by decoding the VIN. Watch out for a 305 trying to be passed off as a 350.

1973-1987 Chevy C10 / C20-C30 Crew Cab Introduced

Crew Cab "Dually." Not a C10 but well worth mentioning, 1973 was the first year for a C20 or C30 crew cab built in-house by Chevrolet rather than an outside contractor's custom shop. Dual rear wheels were an option and the most common configuration to be found in the used Chevy C20 and C30 market. The Cheyenne Super was the most deluxe interior available for a Crew Cab in 1973.

1973-1987 Chevy C10 / K10 Indicates Four-Wheel Drive

The K10 instead of a C10 on a 1973 to 1987 Chevy truck indicates the truck was four-wheel drive. Chevrolet stated the new-for-1973 K10 four-wheel-drive models were designed to provide an extremely low silhouette while still maintaining the necessary ground clearance for off-road driving. The turning radius for a 4x4 K10 was 23 feet, and new for 1973 was a front stabilizer (sway) bar.

1973-1987 Chevy C10 / Saddle Gas Tank Defect

For a while it was a big deal on the TV nightly news regarding 1973 to 1987 Chevy C10 trucks. The Center for Auto Safety (sounds like a playful bunch) reported, "The sidesaddle design installed in over 10 million trucks—all 1973-87 General Motors full-size pickups—is the worst auto crash fire defect in the history of the U.S. Department of Transportation." Not a perfect solution, but a good solution might be to convert from a sidesaddle tank to a rear-mounted Classic Performance Products tank, or better yet a fuel cell. Available for all Fleetside beds shown is the very rare optional sidesaddle toolbox option. Also, dual sidesaddle gas tanks were an option. My 1975 Chevy C10 is a 454 with dual tanks.

1973-1987 Chevy C10 / Which Is Best: Stepside or Fleetside

Shown is a 1974 Chevy C10 Stepside longbed, which proves that longer is not always better. In 1974 the most popular bed style for Chevy C10 customizing fans was the Stepside shortbed. Today in 2020 the shortbed Fleetside is the most popular amongst Chevy C10 customizers, and yes, that longbed Chevy C10 Stepside is still considered by all to be unbearably ugly. Notice the step rear bumper tapers to conform with the narrow width of a Stepside bed.

1973-1987 Chevy C10 / What Is an R10?

An argument starter for sure. The last year for square-body C10 production was 1986 because in 1987 with the introduction TBI fuel injection and the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission Chevrolet changed the C10 series designation to R10. Who the hell would want an R10? It sounds like a Renault series designation. The green Chevy C10 truck shown is a 1975 year model. 1975 was a bad year for American cars in general but a great year for Chevy C10 trucks. Notice some Chevy C10s have ribbed bumpers, while others can have smooth bumpers. Base model Custom Deluxe bumpers were painted white; chrome was an option.

Sours: https://www.motortrend.com/features/1980s-c10-buyers-guide/
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