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- Title : 68 74 Nova 1971 chevy truck parts in Truck category
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Some questions frequently asked by users : how can i figure out what engines would be an appropriate fit for a 1971 chevy truck?
i'de like to buy an old beater and spend a little bit of money on making it run well. i'de prefer to start with a broke down or problematic 1971 c/k 10, 20 or 30 replace the motor with something more powerful and work outwards from there. and since i'll be living in colorado i'de really like my primary vehicle not to be carbureted.
a 1971 chevy truck that i've just put a new motor in overheats?
it has a new motor, hoses, waterpump, and thermostat. it only takes a 15 minute ride to overheat. any suggestions???
lmc truck catalog question (1971 chevrolet pickup)?
i am looking at the online catalog for lmctruck.com and noticed that i cannot find the steering column mounting plate (the square one with 4 holes). the page i am on is: http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/cb/full.aspx?page=98 . i really need that plate but i cannot find it on this website or anywhere else online. i think it might be number 20 on that page but but it doesn't look like what i need. any input on this problem would be greatly appreciated.
i've got a 1971 chevy k5 blazer need fixing?
i've got a 1971 chevy k5 blazer and its been sitting for 15 years. its been under a roof so not much rust and it doesn't run and need a lot of fixing up. new tires and all that but i need to know a good place to find as many parts for it as possable! not just a few parts, but every part i can find, doing a complete restro. thanx.
old chevy or newer toyota truck?
i'm looking for a used truck for small jobs around an urban neighborhood. mostly hauling trash and yard waste, carrying lumber and furniture, and the like. i'm not doing any farm work or heavy towing, but the vehicle may see a gravel road every now and again. i live so close to my job that i usually bicycle commute, so the truck isn't going to see many miles, and very little if any interstate highway travel. i don't need a crew cab or any bells and whistles, but i do have a young son that's using a booster seat, so i need a three-point harness. i am interested in 1971-72 chevy trucks because i love the classic styling and that's about as old as you can go and still get front disc brakes. they only have lap belts though - so i'd need to retrofit a modern seatbelt assembly. i used to have an old volvo wagon, and i was starting to have to replace major vehicle systems, which were very expensive from my local volvo specialist. would finding replacement parts for an old chevy be similarly expensive? lots of these old trucks have been overhauled once or twice by now, and i live in the south where there isn't much rust and many of the old timers around here really babied their vehicles. i'm interested in the 2005 tacos also because of their styling, and the decent mpg i can get from a manual 4 cyl reg. cab. the newer trucks also have good seat belts and airbags, so i'd feel safer driving around with my son. i also imagine a newer truck to be more reliable, to have lower operating costs and less expensive repairs, but i'm just not sure comparing it to a non-computerized, non-plastic workhorse like an old chevy with a new engine so, you see - i have a dilemma - please talk me into or out of an old chevy or a newer toyota and thanks!
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