1980 Chevrolet Scottsdale 10 5.0L 305 V8 from North America
Best darn truck on the road..
The old truck doesn't have much wrong with it that I know of.
When I bought the truck, the only thing that we had to do to it is replace the door panel, give it a tune up, and go.
I love this old truck. It is my first truck. I wouldn't trade it for a new car anytime.
With just a little bit of money, this truck would be in top shape. It just needs some TLC, which I plan to give it.
The engine has just a little tapping from one of the valves, but it still runs and drives like a charm.
The transmission is a little slow on certain mornings, but it's a 28 year old truck, she has the right to be slow when she wants. She can still peel the rubber off the tires when she wants to though.
The interior is a little rough, but a couple of bucket seats and she'll look better than she does.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st March, 2008
Hey, I have 1980 Chevy Scottsdale that someone give to me, and now everybody wants to buy it.
I never had one before, but to tell you the truth I'll never want another one (IS NOT FOR SALE)
I got an 80 Scottsdale that my daddy bought about 6 years ago, and we've put that truck through hell and it's come back swinging. We used it to haul a water tank around, and that 305 just kept on getting it. Now it's mine and it's changed completely inside and out, and I'd never trade it for any car, cause it's my first truck.
It's not a 28 years old Scottsdale. It's a 32 year old Scottsdale. It's a shortbed liner truck to my grandpa in Kentucky. And every now and then, the Scottsdale wouldn't start without pumping the gas pedal, and every time the engine dies, the motor will not start unless the gas pedal is pumped a few times. Thanks.