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Chevrolet C10 327 Fleetside Single Cab Short Box 1/2ton Pickup
engine option #1
5.4l | 220hp:
?s @? kph
7.75 x 15
3-speed/RWD, automatic optional
length x width x height:
4743 mm x ? mm x 1803 mm
wheelbase - track f/r:
2921 mm - 1603/1552 mm
base aera: ? m² - frontal aera: ? m² - LxWxH: ? m³
coefficient of drag (cd): ? - drag area: ? m²
power to weight-ratio:
6.9 kg/hp // 146 hp/ton
43,940 (all 1967 C10 Fleetside 1/2ton Pickup)
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Here you can see the way the fuel (diesel, gasoline) is delivered. You can also see whether the car is powered by an electric engine. (Read also the "about this".)
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