People on the interwebs use the term “LS” to describe just about any small block Chevy V8 from the last 20 years — but the more accurate term is the Gen III, IV, & V small block V8. Gens I & II were based on the original 1955 small block V8, but in 1996, GM released the first version of what has become the most desirable engine swap candidate since the original Gen I/II small block. Anyway, today’s “LS” has found its way into a 1971 Chevrolet C20 Longbed offered for $8,500 in San Fernando Valley, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1971 Chevy c20
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: green
title status: clean
Vortec motor from 2000 Silverado,new tires, rebuilt 4L60E transmission,starter,rear main seal,runs great.no ac or heater.daily driver, solid , surface rust on bottom left fender.2nd owner.3/4 ton long bed . 2 minor dents. 1 year warranty on transmission.rebuilt master cylinder & power booster.$8500
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