Chevy Suburban 10 Engine
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Looking for a used Suburban Chevy 10 engine; then look no further. ASAP Motors can help you find the Chevey Suburban engine you need from distributors nationwide. The Chevy Suburban 10 first started into production in the year 1934. The first generation Suburban 10 was built in United States. It was a Station Wagon version of Chevrolet pickup truck including Silverado series and the Chevrolet C/K. Chevy Suburban 10 used the 216 cubic inch 6-cylinder engine. The first generation models were exclusively made for Civilian Conservation Corps and National Guard units.
The second generation Chevy Suburban 10 was introduced during 1935- 1940. This had the same 216 cubic inch 6-cylinder motor. Second generation models were based on FR layout along with style podium similar as Carryall Suburban.
In 1941, the Chevy Suburban 10 was redone with rear panel doors and tailgates. There was Chevrolet version equipped with 216-cubic-inch 6-cylinder engine as well as GMC version with advanced 228-cubic-inch 6-cylinder engine. Both the versions availed 3 speed manual transmission units. Third generation Suburban 10 was produced throughout the wartime as a military transportation motor vehicle.
In 1947- 1955, Chevrolet Suburban was given new additions in terms of upgrade engines and transmission units. The 1952 models featured 4 speed manual transmissions while 1954 models had the latest Hydra Matic 4 forward speed automatic transmission unit. Fourth generation Chevy Suburban 10 was the last succession to mark the design as well as models of Canopy Express and Chevrolet HHR. Chevrolet used 3.5 liter “Stovebolt” OHV I-6 and 3.9 liter “Thriftmaster” I-6 engines after 1954.
Fifth generation Suburban 10 was made from 1955- 1959. motors included small block V-8s and I-6. The initial models had 265 V-8 engines; later 283 cubic inch version was introduced by Chevy. The latest fifth generation models produced an output of 155 horse power.
Chevrolet introduced sixth generation Suburban 10 in 1960-1966. The models were reframed with torsion bar for independent front suspension, front engine and rear, four wheel drive layout. The engines incorporated both small-block V-8s and I-6. 3-speed synchromesh manual, 4-speed synchromesh, Powerglide transmission units, 4.1 liter I-6 and 4.6 liter V-8 engines were additional features. Find early model used Suburban engines for sale is worth the try at ASAP Motors.
In 1967- 1972 Chevy Suburban 10 was again redone with superior engines including 5.0 liter V-6, 4.8 liter I-6, 4.6 liter V-8, 5.0 liter V-8, 5.7 liter V-8 and 6.5 liter V-8 producing an output of 310 horse power. Seventh generation models were available with 3-speed manual, 4-speed manual, Powerglide, Turbo-Hydramatic transmission units.
In 1973- 1991, eight generation Chevy Suburban 10 arrived with small block 350 cubic-inch V-8 engine. Also the cars featured 400-cubic-inch V-8 optional engines. Advanced eight generation Suburban 10 2WD three-quarter ton models had 454-cubic inch big block V-8. In addition 6.2 liter Detroit Diesel V8 engine was available after 1982. For small block engines, three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission units were available and for 6.2 liter diesel engines, Turbo-Hydramatic 400 was used.
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