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LUV: 1980 Street
Name: Devin
Location: Naperville, IL USA
Forum Name: Devin
Notes: My LUV was siting for 10 years then for another 2 but ive had it running for 3 years now and I finally found out y it was running so bad cuz of the electric choke but now its runnin much better than be for it has a mini L88 scoup onit and ive been restoring the paint job so far its a work in progress but i love MY LUV!!!

 
 

LUV: 1979 4x4
Name: Sam Scott
Location: Mammoth Spring, AR USA
Notes: I got my first one at age 12 now 10 years later iv got four 4x4 and five 2 wheel drives one of my 4x4 has 13in lift and 31x10.50 tires. Stock 4 banger punched 60 over

 
 

LUV: 1976 Strip
Name: Larry Gittings
Location: Albuquerque, NM USA
Forum Name: Larbl8
Notes: Got this truck in HS and fixed it up. Then it got recked and sold before I could do anything back. Now we are back together and she needs some TLC. Any helpful ideas about putting a V6 or V8 in it? Thanks.

 
 

LUV: 1980 Daily Driver
Name: Jeremy
Location: Lebanon, OR USA
Forum Name: jrchevluv2004
Notes: I have a 1980 chevy luv long bed 2wd. She is red has the stock 1.8 litter, well actually i just rebuilt the whole engine from the ground up. It is bored out .020, has new pistons, new rings, bearings valve guides. Well the list goes on. I bought a weber for her. I am going to by a new hedder. It has 2 1/4 in pipe all the way back to a turbo muffler. All I can say is that these old trucks are great, they are so fun to drive get desent gas mileage, unless you drop a V8 in them. All in all they are in my opinion the best truck ever made by far!!!!!!

 
 

LUV: 1978 Daily Driver
Name: Ed Phillips
Location: Lucedale, MS USA
Forum Name: Ed Phillips
Notes: Bought one year ago for $500.00. Original 4 cylinder and original 4 speed transmission. Will send more updated pictures soon. The paint job is a great conversation starter!

 
 

LUV: 1973 Street/Strip
Name: Daniel Hicker
Location: Grants Pass, OR USA
Forum Name: iceman_g17
Notes: 73 2wd. Slammed. slightly built 350, TH400. Street/Strip. Daily driver. I am going to shave it and try to make a bodykit off a tacoma or S10 fit.

 
 

LUV: 1975 Street
Name: Daniel Wilsher
Location: Houston, TX USA
Forum Name: Silver Luv
Notes: It has a 355, Dart 215 Iron Eagles, 490 Isky cam, Victor Jr., 750dp, NX Gemini plate. MSD pro billet dist., blaster coil, digital 6 box. Turbo 350 w/3000 converter. Dana rear end with traction bars.

 
 

LUV: 1978 Show Truck
Name: Andrew C Adamson
Location: Las Vegas , NV USA
Forum Name: Cordtripper19
Notes: HI, im Andrew im 18 years of age and i luv my Chevy my first auto was a toyota tercel, and then a toyota truck, but now i have what i want i know its not much now , but looks can be deciving my friends,in my spare time i build model cars , work on car and trucks one day i hope to add a 1955 stepside pickup, to my garage chevy acheived alot with the introduction of thier stepside, but back to the main reason im writing this... Well heres my story, for all who would like to listen, who ever said u couldnt buy luv, well i bought mine for a mere 800 the engine was rebuilt in 95 since then only small upgrades new pumps ect , org am radio still in the dash cd changer in the glove, re done baby blue, new primer and finish , although the weather has taken a slight toll, i will be redoing the paintjob interior and window tinting is on its way courtsey of B&B window tinting, i want to change out my old mirrors and in the future, a new engine most likley to be rebuilt by myself and most likley taken from another dead body unless i can find a good deal on a small block witch is what i really want in the pictures shown there is a black leather cover for my tool box and not shown is the leather cover for the bed, custom Chevy wheels with dist- slim line whitewall, looks ohh so classic

 
 

LUV: 1980 4x4
Name: Keith
Location: Scottsdale, AZ USA
Forum Name: phoenix coyote
Notes: Lots of fun ... gotta luv the LUV

 
 

LUV: 1978 Street
Name: Lynn Myers
Location: Pikeville , TN USA
Forum Name: snakeman
Notes: 1978 luv 6" chop top . Tail gate molded to the bed. Custom tail lights shaved door handles .. going under reconstruction. New 350 /350, new paint. Maybe more custom stuff .

 
 

LUV: 1972 Drag
Name: Bob Cook
Location: Riverside, CA USA
Notes: Truck is a s/st s/g drag truck, 383 sb chevy, pg 9" rear.4.88 gear, 33x15 14"wide tire. 10 point cage. Will also run d or c gas at march meet and hrr. See it on your wall paper, white step side snorkel type scoop. Thanks '

 
 

LUV: 1977 Daily Driver
Name: Jaret Wagner
Location: Greenacres, WA USA
Forum Name: hondakidus
Notes: Metallic blue-green color, and got it for only $250! It's awesome!

 
 

LUV: 1972 Daily Driver
Name: Shane Stephens
Location: Mountain Home AFB, ID USA
Notes: Series 1, VIN# ***248, less than 60,000 original miles. Been in my family since it was new. I have some plans to turn her into a "sleeper".

 
 

LUV: 1980 4x4
Name: Quintin Stout
Location: Arkansas city, KS USA
Forum Name: qas1701d
Notes: piece of junk

 
 

LUV: 1980 Street
Name: Robert Valiant
Location: ID USA
Forum Name: Robertcda
Notes: 1980 4X4 with 85K miles. Weber carb. and Mallory electronic ignition and factory A/C.

 
 

LUV: 1977 Daily Driver
Name: Ray
Location: Lakewood, WA USA
Notes: Just bought this 2-wheel drive 1977 Mikado from an old guy down the street. Body is in really good shape, motor and tranny (4-speed) are original, and has 98000 original miles. Interior is in really good shape, could use new carpet. Came with custom built camper top. Have never owned a Luv, but look forward to many fun times in this truck. Is black with gold pinstripping.

 
 

LUV: 1976 Pro Street
Name: Keith ( Spanky ) Tucker
Location: Perry , GA USA
Forum Name: kt1328
Notes: I have had this truck for about 3 years now . It now has a fresh 40 over 350 with a TCI 350 and an Art Carr 3500 converter. NO NOS ( yet ) so the ET I have is motor only. 12.96 @ 105.5 in the QTR. I drove it to the track and home ... its approx 36 miles 1 way. oh yea this was with 87 octain too.

 
 

LUV: 1982 Daily Driver
Name: R. Bumgardner
Location: Douglasville, GA USA
Notes: 278000 Miles on my diesel. This is one good truck. Got it new in 1982.

 
 

LUV: 1977 On/Off Road
Name: Roger A.
Location: Grafton, ND USA
Forum Name: Roger
Notes: This 1977 Chevy Luv has had extensive bodywork to make it into a lake vehicle. We use it for cruising and for hauling everything.

 
 

LUV: 1981 On/Off Road
Name: Levi Trejo
Location: Floresville, TX USA
Forum Name: flowtownluv
Notes: Got it in Oct. 2001. Rebuilt the 4 banger and used it stock for a year. Then I replaced the headers and the carb and it runs like a champ. It has the 3" body lift and 30x9.5 tires. I luv my luv.

 
 

LUV: 1979 Street
Name: Jerry Tolin
Location: Cleveland, TN USA
Forum Name: ecr14jerry
Notes: I call my truck the blues clues truck. It's the same color as blue on blues clues. It's two tone, light blue and dark blue and it has blue the dog graphics on the hood and front window. It has a 4 cyl. Izuzu eng. and a four speed trans. I bought it from a old man who bought it brand new. It's still in great shape even after all these years.

 
 

LUV: 1982 Daily Driver
Name: Michael
Location: Como, MS USA
Notes: 1982 Chevy Luv 2.2 LTR Diesel engine. Runs very well has only 152,000 miles on it. All original. Just needs a new set of glow plugs. So if anyone knows where to find some let me kow thanks.

 
 

LUV: 1980 On/Off Road
Name: Jay Doublar
Location: Newberg, OR USA
Notes: Bought it for $1.

 
 

LUV: 1979 Street
Name: Roger Ginn
Location: Paris, TN USA
Notes: I have just started my project truck, 327 out of a 1965 corvette and 70s model muncie 4 speed. Anybody needing an orginal engine 1.9L and 5 speed trans I have one for sale

 
 

LUV: 1980 Daily Driver
Name: John Ray Morse
Location: Kansas, KS USA
Forum Name: darkknight
Notes: it was my first truk

 


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