My truck not gone done me wrong

Even though Mary-lou and the dog quit town long ago

3y ago

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I've said it many times before: the only things that were genuinely better in the olden days are electric kettles and American pick-up trucks. The kettles didn't break as often and the trucks just looked better.

By way of an example, here's a Chevy Cheyenne from '71, spotted for sale at Gateway Classics in Nashville. Yours for $30k or so. How nice is that?

Best pick-up they ever made, that one, etc etc etc.

Best pick-up they ever made, that one, etc etc etc.

Bear in mind that if you buy an old pick-up in Tennessee, it isn't necessarily yours. Tammy Wynette could turn up at your door claiming it's hers.

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Comments (62)

  • You would not believe how many of these Trucks are still on the road today in the US. Chevy Trucks are our weakness.

      3 years ago
  • I own a 78 c30 and wouldent trade it for the world

      3 years ago
  • It is nice indeed, a proper nice version of a 71' Chevy Cheyenne. Prefer a 76' C-10 myself.

      3 years ago
  • That pickup looks way too pristine. Around my parts (North Dakota, USA), it's not a real classic unless it's been sitting in someone's farmyard for at least 10 years and/or has more than 150k miles on it. Bonus points if at least one body panel is a different color or you can see the ground through the floorboards.

      3 years ago
  • Cheyenne package. This was the highest optioned package Chevrolet put in their trucks. This one is nice with an AC cab, relatively rare for early 70s trucks. These are highly sought. I had a 70 C10 back in my high school years.

      3 years ago
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