1967 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup

Oct 4, 2017

Category: Rides

It was back in 1967 when Chevrolet decided to launch a revised version of the previously successful C/K Pickup series. What resulted was a cleaner and crisper iteration during the ’67 and ’68 production years thanks to a small rear window and the absence of side marker lights making them quite unique for years to come.

Now, in celebration of their Centennial Anniversary, it looks like Chevy is reverting back to its old habits – releasing a special edition ode to the classic ’67 C-10 pickup. Details on the truck are scarce at best, but what we do know is that the re-issued C-10 features some of the same elements as the celebratory 2018 Centennial Edition Silverado and Colorado – including its “Centennial Blue” paint job. The official celebration is slated to kick off at the Texas Motor Speedway on December 16 of this year, where we’re sure we’ll learn more about what Chevy has in store for their 100th year in the business.

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