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1986 Chevrolet S-10Review
Steve writes:

Typical High School Vehicle — It was ugly, loud, horrible on gas (it leaked what it didn't burn), uncomfortable, slow, and falling apart, but it my high school vehicle. The only major problem that developed in the year I owned it was a problem somewhere between the engine and transmission, but no one knew for sure what it was. It started me into off-roading, where the horrible ground clearance and massive lack of power and proper gears made it a non-performer.

Pros: I can't remember any

Cons: Pretty much the whole truck

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1986 Chevrolet S-10Review
Michael writes:

I Like Them, Especialy Mine! — well... regularly, with the 2.8, its a slow truck with a real loose rear end in the winter. but its a cool truck and mods galore

Pros: mods, reliability

Cons: no power

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1986 Chevrolet S-10Review
Aaron writes:

Fastest Thing I Ever Drove..and I Have Driven Over 20,000 Cars — belltech 5" lowering kit with rool pan bumper, 92 s10 chrome front end, shaved door handles, cowl induction hood, crushed black velvet interior, roll cage, b and m mega shifter turbo 350 trans with a shift kit, 66 327 v8 from a 66 corvette, demon 620cfm carberator, headers custom exhaust, hei distributor, no room under the hood, battery in the trunk.

Pros: fast, fun and unique

Cons: looked like crap

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1986 Chevrolet S-10 Sport RWDReview
Moparx2 writes:
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Tinker Toy — I truly like to dabble with old cars and trucks. It also keeps me busy. It's great tool for working with your grandchildren. 350ci, Mild Cam, Dual line holley carb, Factory tach, PS, Tilt, PB, PWi, Grant Stirring Wheel, Tinted Windows, Bucket Seats, 350 tranny, Hurst Shifter, Column Mount Tach/Shift Light, Headers, Dual Exhaust, Lowered 4" rear, Front 15"x7" Ralley Wheels, Rear 15"x8" Ralley Wheels, Rear Roll Pan @ Bed. It's expensive like all hobbies, "Pouring money down a rat hole"

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Fun to drive, Sharp, Sporty,

Cons: Expensive to own

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Reviews From Other Years

2004 Chevrolet S-10 Reviews

Review By Charles

It is a good value. Im not interested in a 4 door truck. Read More

Review By Judith A.

Decided to wait. Selection in my commute area were limited. Read More

2003 Chevrolet S-10 Reviews

Review By Sam

Great truck very durable and reliable but hard to find parts. Read More

Review By david

could like forest hunters green have if 6 speed manual lower price and mileage with brown likeness in leather interior mush white paint and payment plain note or smaller white ram 2 door same as ta... Read More

2002 Chevrolet S-10 Reviews

Review By Seekerofdeals

Truck was priced great. I enjoy looking for deals like those! Read More

Review By Sharon

too many miler for my wishes or wants for purchase Read More

2001 Chevrolet S-10 Reviews

Review By bret

I had an s-10 once it was a 4 cyl 5 speed manual transmission that thing was awesome the ride and comfort of a car and it got better gas mileage than my 2009 cobalt which had the same size motor 2.2 L... Read More

Review By Guru9YK3L8

I wanted a S-10 4WD used model 2001 or better. This fit the price I wanted. I was looking for price not run ability any repairs done my way by me. Read More

2000 Chevrolet S-10 Reviews

Review By David

Good truck …very dependable and reliable truck ….both 4 cyl amd 6 cyl Read More

Review By Roacha9

ok but a little rough for me today off Read More


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