I picked up this classic a few years ago to tow and haul all of my junk. It is the basic 6 cylinder with manual 3-speed on the column and 8-foot bed. I use this as my driver in the winter months since the Fiero cannot handle more than a couple inches of snow. The front suspension has been rebuilt and I replaced the drive shaft intermediate joints. Future plans would be to recover the bench seat and install a new windshield.
My last mule was a 60 Chevy 1/2 ton. I practically gave it away after the cab floor dropped below the frame due to severe rust. Classic Chevy trucks are dependable and seldom require much maintenance.