About Chevrolet C10 Suburban
The Chevrolet C10 Suburban belongs to the commercial vehicle family. Thanks to the mechanical improvements made to the C/K pick-up chassis, the C10 Suburban comes from the factory with a four-wheel drive and an independent front-wheel drive on RWD C models. It has mechanical and body characteristics compatible with its pick-up siblings.
Although the C10 Suburban was only sold as a two-door model, it was also available as a 1/2-tonne model. The engines offered during the six years of production were 250- and 292-cylinder small-displacement sixes and 283-, 307-, 327- and 350-cylinder small-displacement V8s. A 3/4-tonne version was offered for the first time. In 1968 it also became a larger car. Mechanics need quality parts to keep your car in top condition. Choosing OEM Chevrolet C10 Suburban parts from the online store reaps several benefits and ensures your vehicle performs the way your automaker intended.
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The letter C in the name indicates that it is a two-wheel-drive vehicle. The C/K series includes 2WD trucks with the designation C and 4WD trucks with the designation K. The car is a four-wheel-drive truck in the C/K series that weighs half a tonne. Given the high quality and complexity of the vehicle, it is important to use OEM Chevrolet C10 Suburban parts.
The launch of the Chevrolet C10 Suburban coincided with a boom in the motorhome market. Only 6,200 were produced in 1967, but by 1972 the number had risen to 27,000. When you need replacement parts for your car, it is better to choose the most reliable OEM parts from the online store.