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Chevrolet c_10 custom stepside- A pick up van of full size
The Chevrolet c_10 custom stepside is the title for Chevrolet and GMC's full-size pickup motor truck line from 1960 to 2005 in South Korea, from 1960 until 1999 in the United States, from 1964 through 2001 in Brazil, from 1965 to 1999 in Canada, from 1975 to 1982 in Chile. "C” indicated two-wheel propel and "K" indicated four-wheel drive. Until this time the names Silverado and Sierra were utilized to recognize the trim grade of the C/K trucks.
Some important specifications
The third lifetime pickups were suggested in some gear level packages or trim packages. Chevrolet/GMC utilized diverse titles for the trim grades all through the vehicle’s life cycle and some were rearranged in their class alignment. For the 1973 and 1974 form years, the groundwork (standard) trim level was Custom/Custom, mid-range trims were made-to-order Deluxe/Super made-to-order, luxury trims were Cheyenne/Sierra, and top-of-the-line luxury trim grades were Cheyenne Super/Sierra Grande. The cars stayed in this configuration up to the 1987 model year. Soft feel materials were utilized all through the passenger cabin, such as the dashboard, doorways (arm rests), guiding wheel, and move levers. Subtle grained interior panels and brilliant metal work was used on the inside with high-quality components also utilized on the out-of-doors, like chrome, and polished stainless iron alloy, especially on top-of-the-line luxury Silverado or Sierra Classic trim grades. Made-to-order Vinyl or soft made-to-order piece of piece of cloth piece of piece of piece of cloth and velour seating exterior were used along with fabric headliners, doorway inserts, and plush carpeting, depending on the trim grade. top class trim grades also used acoustic deadening components for quieter ride comfort. From form years 1973 to 1977, chestnut wood kernel inserts were utilized on the dashboard and doors for farther visual enhancement. The wood kernel injects were restored by bright scrubbed aluminum injects for form years 1978 to 1987. A Delco AM/FM audio sound scheme and an all-season weather command scheme that heated, cooled, cleansed, and dehumidified were optional extras.
The security facility offered by the car
At its launch in 1972, the Chevrolet c_10 custom stepside presented two firsts in security advancements concerning full-size pickups, and would subsequent lead a third security advancement in 1975. The first was the benchmark passenger-side side view mirror, and the second was the energy-absorbing collapsible steering column. Patented by GM and currently in use in its vehicles since 1967, the new energy-absorbing steering column was standard on all C-Series and K-Series forms. The third security advancement was the introduction of dual front lap-and-shoulder security bands with emergency locking retractors for outboard inhabitants in 1975 for the 1976 form year. These restored the outdated and inadequate lap bands previously used. A center lap security belt with slack change was provided for the center inhabitant. Ford and Dodge would follow one form year subsequent supplementing lap-and-shoulder security belts to their pickups. Other security features included soft-padded central panels for look and security, 3,329 rectangle inches of tempered and laminated security glass, prismatic rearview reflector, six turn-signal indicator lights with asymmetrical flash, four-way hazard function, and roadway exodus function.