The sleek lines offered on today’s pickup truck are pretty. I am not going to deny it. However, there is this thing found in the pickup trucks from the 60-80s that have me faithfully loving them until today. I love how pickup trucks of those days looked. You know, the straight, flat look with the right amount of chrome on them. They are so clean and yet speaks volume. It is like, there was a lot of things happening on it, but never intrusive or an eyesore. Those are exactly the ‘qualities’ found on the custom 1967 C-10 pickup revealed by Chevrolet at the Texas State Fair.
Little needs to be said about it. Just look at it. It is a beauty. Period. What goes under the hood matters no more. That is the truck I want and the truck I need in my life. I can’t find the official words on this little dark blue beauty, which frustrates me. While I did say what’s under the hood matters not, it will be sweet if to know that a reconditioned 350 is in there. Not that I will buy it. I would love to, but it is practically impossible for me. Definitely not from where I am now. So, all I can do is to ogle over the sweet photos posted by our source and hopefully, I get to caress it in my dream tonight.
Btw, Chevy revealed this lovely ride alongside a 2018 Silverado Centennial Edition and a 2018 Colorado Centennial Edition, but to me, the real is the C-10. End of story.
Images and source: Airows.