During the 1980s many imported trucks started to arrive in the US and were being snapped up as reliable, cheap work vehicles. Chevrolet responded by releasing the S10 and it soon became a best seller and a favorite with customizers. They started a trend known as minitrucks, where the pick-ups lost their utilitarian roots in favor of smooth street style and more radical modifications for performance and handling. This truck gets its lowered ride through drop spindles at the front and lowering blocks out back, but retains the stock springs as they're stiff as standard. The exterior mods feature a cowl induction hood, front and rear valance extensions, bullet tail lights and graphics. Billet aluminium wheels with low -profile radials help it corner with the best factory hot rod pick-ups, while the Vortech V6 engine is strong at low rpm and ideal for cruising.
Chevrolet S10 pick-up (1984) Specifications
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