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But this story needed to be told, and I like it. I was never a fan of these trucks in general. I knew a number of people who owned them and most of them were just cheap in the worst way trucks.
They held up mechanically, but were not a great place to spend time within. But, with the old I-6 and three speed manny tranny, we hauled our street-stock race cars all over our corner of Northeast Ohio. Not particularly fast, but we would get there. Frankly, we overloaded the poor old beast. That poor old thing struggled with the load, but it never broke. The loads were a bit lighter the car was about lbs. We got there a little less slowly….
I always liked the Chevy pickups simpler grilles than the overdone chrome ones. When new, these were futuristic, and got many former big car owners to trade in for one. And, yeah, nowadays, no pickup design is on the market over 5 years. Of the domestic pick-ups, the only one I would ever buy is the Chevy, since it has resisted the gargantuanism of its competitors.
I hope they are smart enough to keep the size for the redesign. The interior cleaned up very nicely. The truck weight lbs with two full tanks of gas.
With the lb GVW, that gave a payload of lbs to put in the eight foot box. I recently read a review of a Ford F crew. The article rather interestingly omitted the curb weight of the truck but the 4. My cousin had one of these for her first car. It was a Bonanza, Cordova Brown with a saddle tan interior. Plain as can be, except for the optional rally wheels and an automatic.
No idea what engine was in it, as I was about six years old at the time she got it I do remember riding in it a lot. It was a cool truck. She had it at least a couple of years. Red with white bucket seats — from a Ford Granada! Attached is a shot of the fastest truck in Windsor, with her cu in six and a three on the tree.
Slow and steady is the only way with this one. The Chevy emblem might need to be that yellowish color on your application though. It is the yellow bow tie one that I need. I spotted one nice one at Auburn last year, but the remaining three needed restoring. Question is whether I blast my originals and have them painted up to original, or try and find a fairly intact set.
The guy is a pack rat, but he threw those out! A nice, honest truck. Ever drive it in the winter up there in Windsor? Railroad ties, sandbags in back for traction? Too much salt and winter for anything old. The bed was literally packed floor to ceiling with stinky old clothes, yard sale reject stuff, etc. The truck was parked eight years prior to my purchase after the front seal blew out of the Turbo transmission.
The front pump bolts loosened up over time until finally the pressure physically pushed the pump itself far enough forward to break the seal. The camper is ratty but leak-free so it will stay awhile since it kind of matches its burro. Decent orginals are really hard to find in Canada, as these went rusty early.
Very slight nicks and minor rust chips on what appeared to be original paint. Very hard to restore or do much better with a rough one when they can be picked up for that kind of money.
I have picture of all these finds, and about 25 years of scrap yard finds, but have to convert most from film to jpeg. Well, the scrapyard has really consumed most of my free time and all of my space. What a shame about the Buick. Northerners would cringe if they saw some of the old vehicles that cross the scales…some of them still running. I agree with you regarding a junk yard crawl blog. Last weeks adventure to the local u pull it produced trying to remember from memory Pontiac Boneville, Buick skylark, ?
MG, cutlass supreme, ford galaxie, chevy Caprice, olds And this was just for their 45 day turn around cycle. I always hated that yellow painted insert in the trim. He had a body shop paint the inserts green. Just recently I learned why Chevy had those yellow inserts; apparently was the golden anniversary of Chevy trucks, those yellow inserts signified 50 years of Chevy trucks.
Makes sense to me. However, not knowing if I was right about the golden anniversary, after reading your comment about as the start of Chevy trucks, I googled it. Windshields were optional; the customer was expected to provide their own cab and body, aftermarket or homemade. In , Chevy started providing a factory-built cab. I guess the marketing guys thought two 50 year anniversaries, AND , might seem confusing. The previous owner painted the white wheels black for some reason blecch.
If any vehicle needed fresh paint, it was this one. It did look rough as originally purchased. Nice choice on the rear bumper. A surprising number of these trucks were not ordered with a rear bumper. I remember when trucks came without rear bumpers at least the low line ones did — optional. Some places like Hawaii mandated that all pickup trucks had to have rear bumpers.
When this generation was dolled up with the two-tone paint and pin stripes no other truck then or now could come close in the looks department. Absolutely gorgeous to look at. This era managed to look tough and pretty at the same time. Worked hard — my Dad kept it in pristine condition until he decided to sell it in ; some guy who was a gardener bought it he now lives in Mesa, Arizona.
Had dog dish jimmy wheels on white painted steelies. Can anyone help me to find out what year Chevy regular Cabs will fit on my Chevy Chassis?? Deer ran out in front of the truck on a rainy nite…… Truck rolled onto roof……! No one hurt but now we have to replace the cab….
Dad was doing union construction on a gas powerplant. All 3 were distictively different, but similar in at least 2 ways; all were 4wd longbeds. That may explain the cheaper truck. I have fond memories of these trucks from just that experience alone.
This generation Chevy truck had the worst vent windows. GM was not stingy with these vehicles. I rode in that truck a few times, and even at 14 recognized a potential game changer. A spacious, loaded cab with power windows, AC, you name it. It somehow called out to me in a way the Park Avenue did not. These trucks have almost disappeared in the past few years; I guess rust has gotten most of them, even in a relatively low-rust area like mine.
You could tell this was a truck that worked for a living and had the scrapes and wear to prove it. You could tell this was a vehicle he took very good care of. Both hauled gear for us to camping trips, but one tended to be loaded a little more carefully than the other! For some strange reason these were also built RHD and sold new here they were about 30k or double the price of a new Holden ute for no discernable extra utility they cant carry any extra weight legally nor tow any extra weight, Survivors are around mostly utes that were kept as personal transport rather than had hard working lives.
Anywho, my grandpa with his coke-bottle glasses and very un-old man-like driving tendencies would always be getting an earful from my grandma anytime he failed to avoid a big pothole of which there were many on the drive home from mushroom picking, me and my cousins piled into the back seat of the old pack-horse.
And as trucks were not quite acceptable with the country club set just yet, many did go years without a major redesign. People bought them, and just used them when needed. Still want one of this vintage — pre Doubt I will see one in the wild ever again in northern Ohio. I like this era of reasonably sized pickup trucks — before they became the steroid-injected monsters sold today.
My 76 Chevy Pickup. Fairly sparely optioned as it was to be used to haul things for the old Edwardian we were rehabbing in Lafayette Square near downtown St. But it did make a better impression on dates than a dirty pickup.
She was a bit abused at the time, had k or so IIRC. Beat that truck to death and with one exception it never let me down, the trans blew up one day merging onto the freeway but I blame myself, not the truck, for that. Sold the old girl with over k on her, still miss her. You really had to be there when these were released new to grasp what a game changer they were.
I remember that some of these trucks had bumpers that were apparently installed at the dealership with the name of the dealership and the city the dealership was located in embossed into the back of the bumper. My dad has about a dozen of these trucks in varying conditions. Everything pictured here is for sale. I tried to get pictures of the floors of the cab so you could tell how rusty they are:.
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Posted August 22, at 2: Posted August 23, at With armstrong steering, it would have never been at my house that long. Posted August 12, at 9: A few dots have been connected, for me anyway.
Posted August 14, at 8: Posted August 23, at 3: Posted August 24, at 9: I agree… got a huge chuckle out of that! Posted August 22, at Posted August 22, at 8: Posted August 23, at 6: Posted September 6, at Posted August 22, at 9: Posted August 22, at 1: Posted September 7, at Doug, sorry it's taken me awhile to get back to y'all.
Finally just got around to putting column back in jeep. Y'all did awesome job on it and wanted to once again thank you. Received my column back in perfect condition. I installed it the next day, and it works great. Thanks so much for your great work!!! Stephen J, Willamantic, ME. Thank you, Thank you, so much. The paranoia was getting to me.
I'm so afraid I'll have to tear the dash panels back apart to install some little obscure plastic part. I need this ol' truck to run for a while longer and I need it like right now. I sincerely appreciate your service and will continue to recommend your company. You are truly a rarity and was pleasantly surprised to find someone that services automotive steering components and provide after sales support. I needed your services. I just want you folks to know how appreciative I am for knowing you have the parts I need and the wonderful service you have given me.
I honestly didn't know where I was going to get all these hard to find parts and here you have them. Also, thank you for your prompt service and patience. I am truly thankful and I have been letting all my friends know about you and your services. Take care, Kevin C. I completed the project and got everything back together. I am glad I found your web site because that made finding the right piece easy. If I ever need to do steering column work in the future I will contact you. Doug, Just a big thank you, I purchased the tear down inst for my vehicle, turned out to be a broken ignition cylinder, not accuator, I also installed a new TS switch.
I did call Monday and appreciated the encouragement from Doug to keep at it, and info from him getting the gear correct, I thought ACC was not a movement of the gear. You are Great to do business with! Vic Again Thank you: Doug, I wanted to say thank you for your absolute great service.
I originally was going to have the local shop repair and replace the column however after finding Steering Column Services, reading their instructions, I decided to complete this on my own. The detailed instructions were spot on accurate. I ordered the rebuilt column overnight I personally missed labeling a connector, I called Doug, he had me an answer to my question within a minute.
This is some of the best customer service I have ever seen in a company of any kind. I would recommend Steering Column Services to anyone in need. I wish more companies conducted business in this manner.
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I would definitly recommend you and your company! Thank you so much for your help! Man Douglas you nailed it! I was able to fix it in about 2 seconds.
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You provided a great service to me on this, thank you, God bless you and wishing you and yours a wonderful and safe holiday. Just wanted to say thanks once again for all your time and effort you put into my column that you rebuilt for me.
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Im not sure he knew I am a girl but he explained things thoroughly to me. I was able to understand everything he talked about very easily. He is totally knowledgeable. Never have I been helped with a problem and solution soooo quickly. I can never thank you enough. My mechanic will be on the project in a day or two.
Doug not only answered my questions but sent diagrams and a site to be able to order the part. It is a great end to a frustrating error on my part. Breaking the lever Thank you Doug. It was much appreciated! Doug- Tks for your responses to my problem, it must have been that flat spot on the armature because I had put in the new one and she had fired right up. Tks again and I will not hesitate to use your services in the future. Thank you all for your replies, it's much appreciated. Everyone loves experts like you who provide awesome solutions to everyday problems.
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The starting problem was the actuator cam and the piece and tool plus the intructions were absolutely perfect! The job took me about 2 hours then I was cruisin' down the road! I used your instructions for removing and installing a shift tube assembly in my Ford Expedition today and they were a huge help. Thanks for the quick reply! You are absolutely right - I didn't push the gear on top of the switch hard enough didn't want to break it , but felt the spring after all.
I installed the new switch and it works great! I've been researching this for a week, and am amazed that everyone acted like it was the first time they heard of it!
Wish I'd have found your page sooner!! The plunger on the used column was bad as you suggested, once that was replaced, everything works fine now. Thanks for the help.
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