Q: Was k10 made in the 60s and what does k and c stand for

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What's the difference between k10 and c10 and when was k10 made

Hey there. The C10 is a 2-wheel drive 1/2 ton and the K10 is a 4-wheel drive 1/2 ton. The first C/K designations were first used from 1960 to 1973.

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