We’re happy to bring you a page of over 20 photos of classic Chevy pickup trucks from something spanning just about every major decade Chevy fully developed a chassis for their truck. At RealTruck, we get pretty excited when we find photographers like Dave* Seven One. You see, old trucks like these were the progenitors of what shaped the truck accessory industry into what it is today. We absolutely love seeing classic Chevy models. Heck, we even sell stuff that still fits in and on these babies!
There’s something undeniably special about an old Chevrolet pickup truck. The bow tie logo itself is a symbol for quality and American ingenuity. And while friendly arguments between coworkers and even family can be had over the what internal combustible features outclass those of other brands, no one can really argue against how great these old trucks look when they’re all waxed up and ready to hit the car show. Heck, we don’t even need nice looking ones with restored paint jobs to appreciate a truck that’s going to be used until it’s ready to be put in the ground. After all, isn’t that what trucks are for?
What’s your best memory of an old Chevy truck? Many of us that work at RealTruck are from small towns in North Dakota. A popular past time in high school was to “cruise” main street when school let out or on the weekends. It was always a big deal if you had a cool truck or if you were able to take your Dad’s Chevy out for the night. It was pretty easy to convince a girl to sit closer to you when there was only one seat, if you know what I mean!
All Chevy truck photos are from Dave* Seven One. He’s pretty good at sniffing out C10s, Apaches, 3100s, and more! See more of his work on his Flickr gallery.