The M1031 was the chassis cab. An armored variant was built by as the. Also available was a 305 cubic-inch V-8 engine with 160 hp, 235 foot-pounds of torque, a bore of 3. Chevrolet, a well-known producer of domestic trucks, has been manufacturing versions of the half-ton truck since 1918. It was the last year that the 250-cubic-inch inline motor was available in Chevy trucks -- this motor was replaced in 1985 by a 4. A 350 cubic-inch V-8 engine came with 175 hp, 275 foot-pounds of torque, a 4-inch bore and a 3.
Look at the pictures, this truck is mint! Rear bumper mounted Warn wench hidden behind license plate. Horsepower created ranged from 120 hp for the 250-cubic-inch inline engine to 230 hp for the 454-cubic-inch V8. Other unleaded gasoline engine options were a 292-cubic-inch inline, a 305-cubic-inch V8, a 350-cubic-inch V8 and a 454-cubic-inch V8. Dual gas tanks that work, 4speed manual transmission with 4 wheel drive. Chevrolet first introduced different body styles for trucks in 1973, with a more rounded, longer-running line of styles that would be used in Blazers, Suburbans and full-ton trucks through 1991.
The 8-foot long bed model had a wheelbase of 131. The rest of the truck was 12-volt. Dual outside mirrors, tailgate has a Mural of the truck cleared over. It was often seen with troop seats for eight in the bed. Most were equipped with the 727 3-speed automatic,a precious few left the factory with a 4-speed manual. In 1984, Chevy K10 and K20 four-wheel drive trucks were available with different transmission options. The M1008 trucks used open front axles, with the M1028 and M1031 variations often having a Trac-Lok limited slip.
The M1028A2 converted M1031 or m1028a1 and m1028A3 converted M1028 models had dual rear wheels. The proved to be a fatal flaw as the military moved increasingly to diesel engines during this time period. The axle gear ratios were 4. They were intended to replace the , and their related variants. On the long-bed model, the wheelbase was 131. Power windows, black padded headliner, the sun visors look new. Black padded dash looks new, black door panels look new.
The 1984 Chevy K10 and K20 four-wheel drive trucks were available in either 6-foot or 8-foot bed models. Many M1028s were upgraded at the company level to M1028A2 and A3 specs—the dual wheel rear end arrangement was a result of the M1028 flipping on its side because of the high center of gravity when carrying equipment shelters. Custom grill, front bumper like new. These light utility vehicles were available with three engines: a Vortec 7. Shaved door handles, shaved tail gate handle moved to inside of bed.
Sliding rear window and all windows perfect except for one tiny chip in windshield. This truck will not disappoint! Original paint that shines like new, always stored in a climate controlled garage. Interior is flawless, no rips no tears. It had a first gear ratio of 3. Absolutely no rust, Ziebart protected and under coated. The wheelbase of the short-bed truck measured 117 inches; its length was 191.
Often seen with radio sets installed, however the large square tube stock mounts prevented the rear seat from being lowered. A 250 cubic-inch in-line six engine was offered with 130 horsepower hp and 210 foot-pounds of torque. The dashboard has additional controls and dataplates. Original bed liner that looks like new. In 1984, Chevy's half-ton two-wheel-drive truck was labeled the C10, while the four-wheel-drive truck was called the K10. Stainless radiator cover, power steering, newer hoses and belts, stainless on underside of hood and fender wells, power disc brakes in front, 12 bolt rear with drum brakes, ladder bars, dual exhaust with stainless tips.
These trucks are rated to tow 3,000 lb 1,400 kg and were often used to tow the M101 ¾-ton trailer. Silver face Auto Meter gauges in a custom cluster. Several different engine packages were available for buyers of new Chevy trucks in 1984. Like many of the vehicle parts, the , cabin , and body panels are civilian-grade and offer no protection from firearms or explosives. Visit our site at www. Beginning in 1983, a diesel engine became available on the truck: it was a V-8 engine displacing 379 cubic inches with 135 hp and 240 foot-pounds of torque.