1968 Chevrolet G20 Van
About the 1968 Chevrolet G20 VanThe Chevrolet G20 Van was a full-size van that was manufactured and sold by the Chevrolet division of General Motors. The G20 was available as a stripped down two-seater cargo van or as a passenger vehicle that seated up to 15 people in its extended version. The G20 also shared much of its mechanical components with the Chevrolet C/K Series pickup trucks. The G20 was also made the basis of many aftermarket conversion vans. Buyers enjoyed the flexibility that these configurations offered.
The Chevrolet G20 Van came standard with a 4.3-liter Vortec V6 engine. This engine generated 165 horsepower and 236 pound feet of torque. A 5.7-liter V8 was offered as an option on the G20 and standard on the extended variant of the G20. This engine generated 180 horsepower and 295 pound feet of torque. Both engines were linked to a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
The Chevrolet G20 Van and other vans within the Chevrolet G-Series were developed in the mid-1960s, as replacements for the Chevrolet Greenbrier van that was based on the Corvair.... View more Unlike the Greenbrier, which used an air-cooled rear-engine configuration, the G-Series vans were more conventional, using a traditional front-engine rear-wheel drive layout with a selection of water-cooled engines. There weren't many cosmetic changes throughout the lifespan of the G20, although the underlying mechanical components were refreshed every so often. The G20 and other G-Series vans were finally replaced in 1996, in favor of the then-new Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana full-size vans.
The Chevrolet G20 Van was available in a standard wheelbase and extended wheelbase. The van was offered as a bare-bones two-seater cargo van with very few options and as a series of well-appointed eight- and 15-passenger vans. Available features included power steering, cruise control, power windows and door locks, power-adjustable driver's seat and air conditioning. The G20 was not available with air bags, although it came with anti-lock brakes. There were also four-wheel drive variants of the G20 van available for purchase.
Prices for the Chevrolet G20 Van started at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $16,900. The extended variant of the G20 started at a price of $17,100. These prices varied depending on the configuration and equipment selected. The G20 van was capable of achieving 16 miles per gallon in city driving and 21 miles per gallon on the highway when equipped with the 4.3-liter engine. With the 5.7-liter engine, the G20 achieved 12 miles per gallon in city driving and 15 miles per gallon on the highway, according to EPA fuel economy estimates View less
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