The ChevyVan 20, commonly referred to as the G series vans, began production in 1964 to replace the Chevy Corvair Van. The G series were built on the same platform as the C/K truck line that began 4 years previously and offered three models (the 10, 20, and 30) that were defined by their load capacity. The last generation of the G series vans (that ran from 1971 to 1996), which is the only generation's wheels we carry due to availability, came as a 3 or 4 door van with V6, V8 or V8 Diesel engines and automatic or manual transmissions. The G series was eventually replaced in 1996 by the Chevy Express.
The Chevy Van20 had a total of four wheels available during its last generation, all 15" rims. Two of the rims offered were steel and finished in silver and painted with 4 slots or 15 holes; the other two rims were machined finished with 8 holes or 10 slots.
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