1991 Chevrolet S-10 Extended Cab Tahoe 2dr Maxi-Cab 4WD SB
91 4x4 4.3L swb 3rd owner. These years of trucks were the last of the trucks that were not yuppie-fied. I bought the truck had to replace engine (due to my driving style) new clutch new tires and breaks. with all that still like the truck the lack of performance and poor fuel econ keeps me from speeding. And its size keep the truck needing friends at bay. I know that it sounds like I don't like my truck but I do very much. I hope to have my kids learn to drive in it because the prev mentioned reasons and it is old enough to not be concerned with the expected body damage.
This makes my second '91 S10 pickup. My
first one I bought new in '90. The only
reason I got ride of it was I moved to
a big city and was told I did not need
it. I could kick myself for not keeping
it. First one I had not one problem
with it kept her 5 years. This one I
have had 5 years she has over 200,000
miles on her and she is still going.
Wouldn't trade for anything else but
maybe a new one. I have done everything
from halling rocks to making long road
trips in her. Other then general
maintance she has been a wonderful
Built like a truck but moves around
town like a car.
1991 Chevrolet S-10 Extended Cab Tahoe 2dr Maxi-Cab SB
Lots of rust and failing hardware items-
- but all that could be attributable to
previous owner(s) since I bought this
used in Feb 2000. Despite it's
blemishes and minor hardware defects,
it runs like a champ (its had to
jumpstart my 1998 Astro countless
times) and the A/C blows cold!!
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