Discussion in 'The Garage' started by jakeslim, Apr 13, 2004.
So does anyone know?
its a crew cab, they have a bench seat in the front and the back so you can fit 6 people (3+3=6) /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
3+3 is what they called some of the crew cabs. An extended cab never existed from the factory so someone probably put it on when they had a custom extended cab built.
3 people in the front seat 3 people in the back seat= 3+3 crew cab
oh, ok. yeah it's a crew cab then, not extended. Excellent shape for a 76 if anyone would be interested, but the sign said $3k so a bit expensive. I wasn't shopping, just spotted it last week in a parking lot here in Nor Cal.
76 probably didn't have a D60 front so interest will be low.
It's a retarded way of saying how the seating in the vehicle is. IE: 3 on front bench seat plus 3 on rear bench seat.
It originally started in the olden days when they said 2+2 which meant that there were 4 bucket seats in a car. Then manufacturers put them on their vans and trucks. Now it can mean anything.
3+2 3+3+2 3+2+3 blah blah blah. Only the monkey who put it on the vehicle knows whether it is a bench, a bucket, or a captain's chair.
were no K30 til 77 anyways,
3+3 is the badge on the crewcabs(no full size extended cabs)
i can get you original GM info description if you want, i have all that here and info of what all is included with it
your right,i had a 75.two bench seats.22 foot long,with a 454 and 400 trans.of course it had the junk sheet metal of the day, it rusted out before it was a year old. /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif the ultimate land yaght. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gifto /forums/images/graemlins/truck.gif
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