To get your automobile functioning perfectly you can get the engine replaced with a more advanced one and get your pick up soaring. With a Chevy, it is very easy since the availability of used engines is not an issue. In fact, the engines for Chevrolet are known for their austerity.
For your pick up, you can choose to get a very reliable engine installed if you go for Chevrolet. For 3500 pickup you have a number of choices for an engine. It is very fortunate that can buy a used engine for your 3500 Pick Up, and save your hard-earned money. You have V6 and V8 engines available that are offered by all Pick Ups by Chevrolet.
You have either automatic or manual transmission to choose from along with various engine capacities and the choice of fuel. Other features include extra power like turbo engines. With a turbo engine, you can treat your taste well but it is not very cost effective. The turbo engines are great fun to drive and speed up engines with not so large capacities and power, but the fuel consumption can be very high and you may or may not consider it worth it. Here is a list of engines that would be suitable for your 3500 pickup. The choice to make for your car is all yours.
M.T. (I-beam Fr axle only) 6.5L turbo-diesel
A.T. 4×4 10-488 (8.0L)
5.7L (VIN R, 8-350) CNG conversion
5.7L (VIN R, 8-350) gasoline
8-395 (6.5L, VIN F, turbodiesel) 32mm oil cooler line nut
8-395 (6.5L, VIN F, turbodiesel) 25mm oil cooler line nut
7.4L (VIN J, 8th digit)
6.5L (turbodiesel, VIN F)
5.7L (VIN R, 8th digit) CNG conversion
5.7L (VIN R, 8th digit) gasoline
(I-beam Fr axle only) 8.1L (VIN G, 8th digit)
(I-beam Fr axle only) 6.5L (turbodiesel, VIN F)
M.T. (4 spd) 4×4
M.T. (4 spd) 4×2
A.T. 4×4 gasoline
A.T. 4×2 w/o bolt-on yoke
The list given above only mentions some of the engines that you can consider for your 3500 Pickup. There are many others in addition to these and according to your personal preferences and budget; you can make your final choice. The decision you make depends on a number of factors for example whether or not you have a preference for diesel over other fuels. Good luck renewing your car!