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the first symptom of a cold is usually a sore throat. this is generally followed by sneezing or a blocked, sore or runny nose. usually, 1 in 3 people with a cold will get a cough and feel unwell.

colds are caused by viruses. antibiotics cannot treat viruses. instead, drink plenty of liquids to replace those lost from sweating and runny noses. get lots of rest and eat healthily. do not ask your gp for antibiotics for a cold.

you will usually feel worse during the first 2 to 3 days before gradually starting to improve. your symptoms will usually last about a week.

cold and flu symptoms are similar but flu tends to be more severe.


  • appears gradually
  • affects mainly your nose and throat
  • makes you feel unwell but you're ok to carry on as normal - for example, go to work


  • appears quickly within a few hours
  • affects more than just your nose and throat
  • makes you feel exhausted and too unwell to carry on as normal

cold symptoms can include:

  • blocked or runny nose
  • sore throat
  • headaches
  • muscle aches
  • coughs
  • sneezing
  • a raised temperature
  • pressure in your ears and face
  • loss of taste and smell

the symptoms are the same in adults and children. sometimes, symptoms last longer in children.

causes of colds

colds are caused by viruses. they can easily spread to other people. you're infectious until all your symptoms have gone. this usually takes about a week.

colds are spread by germs from coughs and sneezes which can live on hands and surfaces for 24 hours.

to reduce the risk of spreading a cold you should:

  • wash your hands often with warm water and soap
  • cough into your elbow to stop germs getting on to your hands and spreading to other people
  • use tissues to trap germs when you cough or sneeze
  • bin used tissues as quickly as possible

how to prevent catching a cold

the best ways to avoid catching a cold are:

  • washing your hands with warm water and soap, especially before eating
  • not sharing towels or household items, like cups, with someone who has a cold
  • not touching your eyes or nose. you can infect your body if you've come into contact with the virus.
  • staying fit and healthy

This Modern Chevy Silverado Brings Back the Stepside Bed and It Almost Works

We&#;re obviously dealing with a custom effort here, one&#;s based on the third iteration of the model. In fact, the Silverado sports the facelift introduced for the model year, which paved the way for the more aggressive styling brought by the MY arrival of the fourth-gen truck.

From the introduction of GM full-size pickup trucks, which took place early last century, up until the late s, the carmaker offered two types of beds.

There was the said Stepside, which involves wheel arches sitting outside the bed, thus generating a perfectly flat shape for the latter. Then we had the Fleetside, which sees the arches sitting inside the bed and thus generates flat exterior surfaces.

However, the GMT platform that brought us the second-gen ChevroletSilverado in did away with the more extroverted Stepside configuration, leaving the fender flares of the Fleetside to do the visual work.This custom design works, or does it?
If we take a look at the pair of images showcasing this recent-model Silverado (hat tip to the RGV TRUCKS on Twitter), we&#;ll notice the look of the custom rear fenders somehow still matches the design of the factory front units—for the sake of comparison, you&#;ll find a few photos of a standard vehicle in the image gallery.

And it seems difficult to tell if those rear bits were built from scratch or if they integrate parts of the original sheet metal. However, if we look on the sides of the new tailgate, we&#;ll find what appear to be custom taillights that might aim for an old-school look.

Regardless of whether you&#;d give such a treatment to your modern truck or not, one thing is clear: the blue collar machinesitting before us can&#;t be ignored.

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Chevrolet C/K

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This article is about the Chevrolet/GMC full-size pickup truck. For the Chevrolet Series C (the first Chevrolet), see Chevrolet Series C Classic Six.

C/K is a series of trucks that was manufactured by General Motors from the to model years. Marketed by both the Chevrolet and GMC divisions, the C/K series encompassed a wide range of vehicles. While most commonly associated with pickup trucks, the model line also included chassis-cab trucks and medium-duty trucks and served as the basis for GM full-size SUVs. Through its entire production, the model line competed directly against the Ford F-Series and the Dodge D series (later the Dodge Ram pickup).

Used for both the model branding and the internal model code, "C" denoted two-wheel drive; "K" denoted four-wheel drive. Four generations of the model line were produced, including the second-generation "Action Line" and third-generation "Rounded Line" vehicles. For the fourth generation, GMC revised its branding, changing to a singular GMC Sierra nameplate (C/K remained as an internal model code).

For South America, the model line was manufactured by General Motors Brazil, who produced versions of the model line for Brazil, Argentina, and Chile from to

As GM entered the s, the company revised its truck ranges, replacing the medium-duty C/K trucks with the Chevrolet Kodiak/GMC TopKick for For , GM replaced the fourth-generation C/K pickup trucks with an all-new model line; in line with GMC, Chevrolet dropped the C/K nameplate (in favor of a singular Chevrolet Silverado nameplate). Initially marketed with its successor, the final C/K pickup trucks were produced for the model year. From to , the final vehicles of the C/K model line were heavy-duty chassis cab trucks.

First generation (–)[edit]

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First generation
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– C10/K10
– C20/K20
– C30
– C40 to C80 (medium- & heavy-duty models)
– /K
– /K

– to (medium- & heavy-duty models)
Chevrolet Apache
Chevrolet Viking
Chevrolet Spartan
ProductionSeptember –
AssemblyPontiac West Assembly, Pontiac, Michigan
Dover, England
Oshawa, Ontario
Buenos Aires, Argentina
DesignerHarley Earl (, )[1]
RelatedChevrolet Suburban
Transmission3-speed synchromesh manual
4-speed synchromesh manual
2-speed Powerglide automatic[2]
Wheelbase&#;in (2,&#;mm) (short box: ½-ton models)[2]
&#;in (3,&#;mm) (long box: ½-ton & ¾-ton models)
&#;in (3,&#;mm) (1-ton models)
Length&#;in (4,&#;mm) SWB[3]
&#;in (5,&#;mm) Standard[3]
&#;in (5,&#;mm) LWB[3]
Width&#;in (2,&#;mm)[3]
Height&#;in (1,&#;mm)[3]

Launched in the fall of , the model year introduced a new body style of light pick-up truck that featured many firsts. Most important of these were a drop-center ladder frame, allowing the cab to sit lower, and independent front suspension, giving an almost car-like ride in a truck. Also new for was a new designation system for trucks made by GM. Gone were the , , and designations for short 1/2, long 1/2 and 3/4-ton models. Instead, a new scheme assigned a 10, 20, or 30 for 1/2, 3/4, and 1-ton models. Since , trucks were available from the factory as four-wheel drive, and the new class scheme would make this known. A C (conventional) in front of the series number designates two-wheel rear drive while a K designates four-wheel drive.

Actual badging on Chevrolet trucks carried the series name system from the previous generation for and the 10, 20, 30, and 40 series (C and K) were badged as "Apaches", 50 and 60 series trucks were badged as "Vikings", and the largest 70 and 80 series models were marked "Spartans". For , C/K trucks were available in smooth "Fleetside" or fendered "Stepside" versions. GMC called these "Wide-Side" and "Fenderside". Half-ton models were the C10 and K10 long-bed and short-bed trucks, and The 3/4-ton C20 and K20, as well as the one-ton C30, were also available. GMC did not use the "C" nomenclature, though their 4x4 versions used the "K" nomenclature. GMC model numbers for 1/2, 3/4, 1, and ton were , , , and The ton Chevrolet C40 and GMC , which were using the light-duty cab[4][5] (but only as chassis-cab and stake models), were discontinued for the model year.[5][6]

The , , and models featured ball bearing front hubs,with torsion bar front suspensions, with trailing arm suspension rears. Trim lines were base and "Custom". Engines included the base &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) GMC V6 for the GMC version, &#;hp (&#;kW) &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) and &#;hp (&#;kW) &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) straight-six engines, and a &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) V8 with &#;hp (&#;kW).

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A coil-spring front suspension came in , with roller bearing front hubs, along with a new base engine, a &#;hp (&#;kW) &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) I6, and an optional &#;hp (&#;kW) &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) I6. The cab was modified for , with elimination of the "wraparound" windshield and a new front grille design, along with various interior changes, while retaining the original design on the body. Air conditioning and a &#;hp (&#;kW) &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) V8 came in A new base engine arrived in , being a &#;hp (&#;kW) &#;cu&#;in (&#;L) Chevrolet straight-six.

Medium- & heavy-duty models[edit]

Medium-duty trucks were:

  • 1½-ton Chevrolet C40 / GMC (–62), with the light-duty cab;
  • Chevrolet C50 and C60;
  • GMC , and

Heavy-duty trucks were:

  • Chevrolet CH[7] (a C60 with a heavier GVWR: 22,&#;lbs instead of 19,&#;lbs), C70 (–61) and C80;
  • Chevrolet tandem rear axle models M60 (–66), M70 (–61) and M80 (–66);
  • GMC , and ;
  • GMC tandem rear axle models W, W and W
  • GMC medium-duty truck

  • Chevrolet medium-/heavy-duty truck

  • GMC medium-duty truck

Second generation (–)[edit]

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Main article: Chevrolet C/K (second generation)

The second-generation C/K was introduced for the model year. Designated the "Action Line" generation by General Motors, the C/K largely carried over its drop-center ladder frame and its coil-sprung rear axle, but the body was redesigned from the ground up to improve its capability as a multi-purpose vehicle. Alongside a utilitarian vehicle intended for work or farm use, the C/K was also offered with optional features carried over from Chevrolet sedans, including automatic transmissions, AM/FM radio, carpet, and two-tone paint.

While the Action Line would not undergo a definitive model revision through its production, the series underwent gradual changes on a biannual basis.[8] The drivetrain line underwent multiple revisions, as a large-block V8 was offered for the first time in After , GM switched entirely to Chevrolet-produced engines for C/K pickup trucks.

This generation marks the debut of the Chevrolet Cheyenne and GMC Sierra nameplates; introduced in and , respectively, General Motors still uses both nameplates for full-size pickups in current production. The Action-Line pickup also served as the basis of ancestors of modern full-size SUVs, including the Chevrolet K5 Blazer, an open-body off-road vehicle, and the Chevrolet Suburban truck-based station wagon.

For , GM replaced the Action Line trucks with the long-running Rounded Line series; the Action Line trucks are the final C/K trucks offered solely with a two-door cab.

Third generation (–)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Main article: Chevrolet C/K (third generation)

The third-generation C/K was introduced for the model year. Designated the "Rounded Line" generation by General Motors, the C/K grew in size inside and out. As pickup trucks increased in use as personal vehicles, cab features and options moved closer in line with GM sedans (with power windows and power door locks becoming options). To further expand its practicality, a four-door crew cab body was introduced (offering 6-passenger seating).

While relatively straight-lined and boxy in appearance (leading to their "Square-body" nickname from the public[9]) the Rounded Line trucks were the first generation of the C/K to be designed with the use of computers and wind tunnels, optimizing the exterior shape for lower drag and improved fuel economy. The chassis was an all-new design (with all trucks receiving a leaf-spring rear suspension); K-Series trucks moved to all-wheel drive (shift-on-the-fly 4x4 was introduced for ).

Alongside the introduction of the four-door crew cab, the third generation C/K marked the introduction of a dual rear-wheel pickup truck ("Big Dooley"). For , the C/K became the first American full-size pickup truck sold with a diesel engine (a L Oldsmobile diesel V8); a L V8 diesel was introduced for This generation also marks the first use of the Chevrolet Silverado nameplate (in use for Chevrolet full-size trucks today).

The Rounded Line generation is the longest-produced version of the C/K model line, produced for 18 model years. For , it was renamed the R/V series (to accommodate the fourth-generation C/K marketed alongside it) and was gradually phased out through the model year.

Fourth generation (–)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Main articles: Chevrolet C/K (fourth generation) and GMT

The fourth-generation C/K was introduced in April for the model year. The first line not assigned a generational moniker by General Motors, it is known by its GMT internal codename. Slightly smaller in cab dimensions than the Rounded Line generation, the fourth-generation C/K increased interior space over its predecessor. After trailing Ford and Dodge by over a decade, GM introduced the C/K in an extended-cab configuration. For nearly five years, the fourth-generation C/K was sold alongside its R/V series predecessor, as the crew cab pickup (which served as the basis of the Suburban SUV) was not released until the model year.

In a branding change, the C/K nomenclature became exclusive to Chevrolet, as all GMC pickups became Sierras (GMC retained the C/K nomenclature for its internal model codes). Chevrolet introduced several specialized variants of the C/K series, including the work-oriented W/T , off-road Z71, and the high-performance SS. Between one-ton trucks and medium-duty trucks, Chevrolet and GMC offered the CHD chassis cab for commercial use.

For , the fourth-generation C/K underwent a mid-cycle revision, adding a driver-side airbag (dual airbags became standard for ). For , the extended cab was redesigned, adding a rear-hinged passenger-side third door.

For the model year, to accommodate the introduction of the GMTchassis Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra, the fourth-generation C/K was renamed as the Chevrolet Silverado Classic and GMC Sierra Classic. After the model year, C/K pickup trucks were discontinued. GM produced the heavy-duty CHD chassis cab as the final version of the C/K model family through the model year.

South American production ()[edit]

General Motors Brazil produced three generations of light-duty Chevrolet pickup trucks from to Developed specifically for South American production, each version was also derived (to various extents) from the contemporary version of its American C/K counterpart. The model line also included truck-based station wagon/SUVs (similar to the Chevrolet Suburban).

In January , GM Brazil ended production of full-size pickup trucks, concentrating its production towards the Chevrolet S and car-based pickup trucks.[10]


ss Chevrolet Veraneio

In , GM Brazil launched its first line of light trucks designed in Brazil, the Chevrolet C-series pickup truck; in line with the Chevrolet Suburban, the model line was sold in a wagon configuration, renamed from C to Chevrolet Veraneio in [10] Styled with an exterior exclusive to Brazil, the model line shared its instrument panel with the first-generation Chevrolet C/K of Nearly a decade before its American counterpart, a four-door "double cab" was offered alongside the standard two-door configuration, sharing its doors with the Veraneio wagon/SUV.

The model line was launched with a cubic-inch inline-six (derived from the Chevrolet "Stovebolt" engine); this engine was replaced in by a cubic-inch inline-6 from the Chevrolet Opala.[10] In , the standard gasoline engine for the C became a L inline-four.[10] The first diesel-powered Chevrolet in Brazil, the D-series pickup introduced a Perkins L inline-6 diesel in ; a four-cylinder diesel (Perkins Q20B) was introduced for [10] From to , the Detroit Diesel two-cycle inline-four diesel was also offered as an option.[10] For , the engine line was reduced to two, with a &#;L inline-six becoming offered in gasoline and ethanol-fuel versions (C and A); the sole diesel was now a &#;L Perkins inline-six.[10]


Chevrolet C double cab
s Chevrolet Veraneio C in use by law enforcement

Main article: Chevrolet D

For production, GM Brazil introduced the series model line as its second generation of light trucks. Sharing its cab structure with the "Rounded Line" generation, the series received its own front fascia (sharing headlights with the Opala) and larger taillamps than its American counterpart. Far more advanced in design than its utilitarian predecessor, the series carried over little more than its powertrains from the previous generation.[11][12] In addition to series pickup trucks, GM Brazil offered a full line of Chevrolet medium and heavy-duty trucks derived from the "Rounded Line" cab.[10]

Again offered in single and double cabs (introduced in ), the C and A (ethanol) received a L inline-six, with the D receiving the Perkins Q20B inline-4 diesel (replaced by the Maxion S4 for [13]). In contrast to its American counterpart, the series was offered nearly exclusively with 2-wheel drive; a 4x4 version was offered for and was withdrawn before the end of the model year, following poor reliability of its drivetrain.[14]

For , the Veraneio wagon/SUV was redesigned for the first time since its introduction, adopting the series body structure; the four-door was joined by the two-door Chevrolet Bonanza. With the exception of its taillamps and front fascia, the Veraneio adopted an appearance close to the Chevrolet/GMC Suburban; the Bonanza was proportioned similar to the Chevrolet K5 Blazer (though fitted with two-wheel drive and a permanent roof).[15]

For , the series underwent a minor exterior revision, again sharing its headlights with the Opala (higher-trim vehicles shared wheels with GMT pickup trucks); the interior underwent a redesign, adopting a redesigned instrument panel.[16]

For , the model line adopted the fuel-injected L six from the Chevrolet Omega, ending its use of carbureted engines.[17]


Chevrolet Silverado (Brazil)

For , the series (based on the "Rounded Line" pickups) was retired, with GM Brazil introducing the Argentine-produced Chevrolet Silverado. In contrast to the previous two generations of Brazilian Chevrolet trucks, the Chevrolet Silverado was no longer a market-exclusive design; the Silverado was identical to the American-market GMT pickup. Offered only as a two-door C with a standard-length bed, the Silverado was fitted with locally-sourced powertrains, including a hp L inline-6 (from the previous C/A and the Chevrolet Omega) and a MWM-produced hp L turbodiesel inline[10]

The locally-designed Veraneio and Bonanza were discontinued; in , GM Brazil began production of the Chevrolet Grand Blazer, a renamed Chevrolet Tahoe.

For production, production of the Silverado shifted from Argentina to Brazil.[10][17] Alongside the withdrawal of the Grand Blazer (in favor of the smaller S Blazer), the Silverado adopted a D suffix (from the popularity of its predecessor[17]). During , Chevrolet withdrew the L gasoline six from the Silverado D (the final vehicle to use the engine).

After many years of declining market share in the truck segment, GM Brazil produced the final Silverado D in January [10]

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Test Drive 1964 Chevy C10 Stepside SOLD $21,900 Maple Motors #1078

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