Time of year to put it away for the winter. I like driving my truck, and will miss it. As a winter ride, I have a 1986 S10 extended cab, with a blazing 4 cylinder gas and auto transmission. It pulls away faster, but the heavier 1994 with 32 less hp is slightly faster on the highway. That auto must really make the truck slower, I can't imagine with a 5 speed the gas truck would be THAT gutless. Fuel mileage has been good, no issues with it at all. I repaired the thermostat cover leak, but then it started to leak at the thermostat housing where it meet the head. Something to fix through the winter. If I break the bolts off, then I'm not rushing to fix it for work the next day. I'll be glad to get back into it in the spring.
-------------------- 1994 Chev S10 Ext.Cab with C223 5spd
1991 S10 Sonoma Ext.Cab with C223 5spd - SOLD
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