The second generation S-10 was produced between 1994 and 2003 with the crew cab, first produced in 2001, hanging around until 2004. The standard cab S-10 was offered with either a 76 inch long bed (76") or a 92 inch long bed (92"). The popular names for these options were simply short bed or long bed. They are also often referred to as six foot beds (6') and seven and a half foot beds (7.5') . What's a few inches anyway, right?
The extended cabs had short beds and were only offered as a two door truck in 1994 and 1995. In 1996 the 3rd door option was introduced. It had a rear door on the driver's side that swung toward the rear of the truck (suicide door).
The trucks still have a lot of life in them and can still bring a good price if you're selling. We offer rust repair panels to fix the typical problem areas on these trucks. The most popular rust area on these trucks is on the extended cab versions. The area between the door and the back of the cab tends to rust. If there's a third door on the driver's side it is likely to be as bad as the passenger's side cab corner. We have the cab corners for the extended cab and we have the lower outer door skin for the 3rd door as well as the corresponding inner door bottom.