The base trim was essentially a stripped down model, with no frills, a very limited interior, and no rear seats. Some models got electronic spark control. The engine was also revised, with the 4. Converters prefer the untouched sheet metal so that they can place windows according to their own design. They also sparked a whole Sub-culture in the customization industry. Not much has been done in the lines of performance options for the small V6 G20 models, but the reliability remains the same throughout all the G-series models. Both are passenger-oriented vans with factory-installed windows.
Changes for 1966 include the addition of back-up lights, the side Chevyvan emblems were moved forward and now mounted on the front doors, and the antennae location was moved from the right side to the left side. 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. There are two different wheelbases available in the G10van series: 110 inches and 125 inches. They are in the same vehicle class as the discontinued and. For 1967, the 140 hp 100 kW 230 cu in 3. The series correspond roughly and respectively to the outmoded half-ton, three-quarter-ton, and one-ton identifications.
A left-side door was made available for the passenger van market. Great body, minor scratches for age, no rust under or around the windows. It never went into production due to cost issues and safety concerns. All van models now have square headlamps. Not much has been done in the lines of performance options for the small V6 G20 models, but the reliability remains the same throughout all the G-series models.
The G-20 featured heavier suspension, a 12 bolt rear axle and increased hauling capability with a 6 lug bolt pattern. There are no rips in the seats themselves, however, a couple of the skirts under theseats have rips. Windows were available as an option, but were simply cut into the sides from the factory. Sportvan was a passenger friendly van with windows molded into the van body. Front doors redesigned with raised body line. Custom 1983 A-Team van The 6.
Chrome grille required square headlamps. The 2nd gen vans were available in either the 90-inch or the longer 108-inch wheelbase. I will double check the mileage and post it tomorrow, ut for a diesel, he miles are fairly low. 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. This era gave rise to the modern Limousine and limo-vans of today, and multiple, modern, Camper innovations and creations as well.
First-generation Chevyvan refers to the first G-10 half-ton production years 1964 through 1966. Production of the ended during the 1965 model year. For 1982, the locking steering column was introduced; the ignition switch, dimmer switch and wiper switch were relocated to the steering column. The dark paint color on this example also does a good job of muting the contrasting black front fender vents and hood opening - Z51-spec design details that have proven to be somewhat controversial. Thanks for looking and happy bidding.
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. The major restyle followed the engine-forward design of the competing 1968. As with the G10, both 110-inch and 125-inch wheelbase models are available in the G20 series. The short wheelbase vans measured 110 inches 2,794 mm , while the long wheelbase was 125-inch 3,175 mm wheelbase. With no actual temperature control, fan speed was the only way to adjust for desired comfort level. The base cargo model was the Chevyvan, available with or without windows and side cargo doors. The G20's low cost of upkeep, size, and options have made this van popular with all different kinds of trades, from plumbers to caterers.
I have the receipts for everything that was done to it since I bought it a couple years ago. Standard ale ratio for the lighter model is 3. The G20's low cost of upkeep, size, and options have made this van popular with all different kinds of trades, from plumbers to caterers. We'd put a manual transmission on a weasel if we could because we're just wired that way; if it moves, it should come with a stick and a clutch. In addition, investigators are currently examining 97 complaints from Malibu and Aura owners with the same trouble. A light duty version, the G10, was produced alongside the G20—the early versions used the Chevrolet passenger car wheels 5 lugs - 4.
Or at least the option. For 1967, the 140 hp 100 kW 230 cu in 3. The Warner 3-speed was standard with column shift. Windows were available as an option, but were simply cut into the sides from the factory. G30 models getting the 4L80E transmission as standard.
This van runs good and is very clean. Also, 1982 was the only year with the left rear glass as an option on one side only. Brakes were now upgraded to a safer split system including a dual reservoir. Interior is in good shape with minor stains on the bench seat, but they may be able to be cleaned out, I have not tried yet. Up front, the Chevrolet bowtie emblem changed in color from red to blue this year.