We reserve the right to end this listing at any time because it is for sale locally too. The four-wheel-drive trucks also came standard with rear disc brakes and Insta-trac, which allowed for shifting into or out of four-wheel drive on the fly. Before that it had one owner. The S10 came in an optional Tahoe trim, a top-of-the-line package that included a complete gauge system and bucket seats. The bed of the truck has been Rhino lined, so that it durable and stand up to the rigors of whatever is thrown in the bed. Chevrolet also added backlighting to the switches for windows, locks, and mirrors to make them easier to find in the dark.
Chevrolet replaced the S-10 with the Colorado in subsequent years. If you don't find the part you are looking for, fill out our part locating form and we will help you find it. My Dad is a retired mechanic and the truck has been gone through over the last few years and any problems have been addressed and fixed. Chevrolet also updated the clutch to feature hydraulics instead of the cable included with previous models. This pickup was 100 percent electric-powered and had a range of about 45 miles after 2. The 1985 Chevy S10 was practically unchanged from the 1984 model, except for a new engine offering and a few minor exterior changes.
Want to connect with us? A quick push of the Go pedal let you know this V8 was done right. With the S10, Chevy intended to directly compete with Nissan and Toyota, who were firmly established in the compact truck market. For a better tomorrow buy recycled parts -- Buy used 1982 Chevrolet S10 Pickup parts! Leather seats were available with crew-cab models. An extended cab model with a 122. Chevrolet S-10 Through the Years 1982: Chevrolet introduced the S-10 pickup truck to the world.
He thinks there is a leak in it somewhere causing the hole. Standard features included a 1. Keyless entry was a new option offered in this year. He is the second owner and bought it from a good friend who was the original owner back in 2012. Four-wheel-drive standard-cab S-10s were discontinued. Used 1982 Chevrolet S10 Pickup Parts For Sale Access online used parts and accessories for 1982 Chevy S10 Pickup vehicles. Its a truck the way they were supposed to be.
While this little truck underwent some big changes over the course of its life span, it remained popular for more than 20 years, until it was discontinued in 2004, and to this day, the model still boasts many satisfied owners. A five-speed manual transmission was available with the four-cylinder engines. We reserve the right to end this listing at any time because it is for sale locally too. The truck was repainted after my Dad got it and it is not a great paint job but it is nice looking. An optional sport suspension was available for the two-wheel-drive, short-wheelbase models. However, the S-10 was considerably smaller than the Chevrolet C-10 5. No power windows or locks.
Two-wheel-drive models featured a 2. Radial tires came standard on all S10 models. He is the second owner and bought it from a good friend who was the original owner back in 2012. There is a hole in the floor under the mat on the driver side. The S10 had a conventional ladder frame and an independent front suspension made up of double A-arms and torsion bars, while the rear suspension consisted of a solid axle and semi-elliptical leaf springs. The truck was repainted after my Dad got it and it is not a great paint job but it is nice looking. Another option included a 2.
Some cracking along bedrails and bumper piece. Four-wheel-drive Chevy S10 trucks received a new standard engine for the 1985 model year: a 2. This truck is not just another pretty, go fast toy either. Chevrolet added a serpentine drive belt to replace the standard V-belts for both the 2. In this case, the expectations were met! The outside of the pickup truck was modified to have a forward-sloping hood with a wraparound grille. The only give away to the 700R4 automatic transmission is the Lokar automatic shifter indicating the Overdrive is available. The automatic transmission shifter was repositioned to the floor for trucks with bucket seats.
The trucks grew slightly larger, with regular-cab models measuring 63 inches tall, a little more than 17 feet long, and about 68 inches wide. Inside the cab has been kept nice and clean with the use of factory gauges and warning lights. Have more photos just did not put them up. While loading up the bed may be a small task, unloading the bed is easy as the flip of a switch. It can be a little work horse when needed.
Production of the S10 continued until 2004, when it was replaced by the Chevy Colorado, a compact-to-midsize truck with larger dimensions. The rest were recalled and destroyed once their leases were up to safeguard Chevy's technology. This model also sported 16-inch aluminum wheels. The Chevrolet division of General Motors introduced its S10 pickup truck in 1982. This first-year model featured two-wheel drive only. Needs a new clip in the tailgate latch.