What engine does a 1976 Chevy C10 have?

What engine does a 1976 Chevy C10 have?

The standard engine in the 1976 K-10 was a 250-cc, inline, six-cylinder engine capable of producing 100 horsepower at 3,600 RPMs. It had a maximum torque of 175 foot-pounds at 2,000 RPMs. A 292-cc, inline, six-cylinder engine was also available.

How long is a 1971 Chevy truck?

Chevrolet C/K (second generation)

Second generation (Action Line)
Wheelbase 115 in (2,921 mm) (short box) 127 in (3,226 mm) (long box) 133 in (3,378 mm) (Longhorn)
Length 188.5 in (4,788 mm) (short box) 207.75 in (5,277 mm) (long box) 213.75 in (5,429 mm) (Longhorn Fleetside) 217.75 in (5,531 mm) (Longhorn Stepside)

How wide is a 72 C10?

Re: Width of a C10, outside of tires? Just measured mine at 74 inches as well, tire to tire.

Is a 5.7 a V8?

The 5.7L LS1 V8 engine was produced by General Motors for use in high-performance vehicles such as the Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette, among others. It is part of GM’s Gen III Small Block engine family.

What kind of engine does a Chevy C10 have?

In mid-season for the 1966 Chevy C10, a four-barrel carburetor option was offered for the 327-inch V-8, but it wasn’t continued as an option for 1967. From 1958 until 1965 the 283 V-8 was the only V-8 engine available for Chevy pickups.

What year did the Chevy C10 have small windows?

It’s interesting to note 1967-1968 Chevy C10 designer Harry Bradley’s small-window design for the second series of Chevy C10 trucks created a riff in the classic truck market.

How much does a 72 V-8 pickup truck cost?

Even the best ’72 V-8 truck is going to set you back a modest $35,000, and that’s for a showroom-quality, completely stock example. In between, and of course hovering above, are a myriad of customs, restomods, and rat rods beckoning for you to park them in your driveway. Which C/K is the right one for you?