Chevrolet Pickup All Series Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
Chevrolet pickup trucks began appearing on the road in 1918, but General Motors did not develop formal design and engineering of the vehicle until 1930. The Chevy pick up was General Motors' first major redesign following World War II. Launched in June of 1947, the 'Advanced Design' trucks, featured modern styling, It was produced until March of 1955, with few updates throughout the years, but the overall same design stayed the same. The modern Chevrolet pickup debuted as the C/K models in 1960 in two- and four-wheel drive versions. These trucks were distinctive because of their lower profile and passenger car feel. The C/K models were replaced by the Silverado for the 1999 model year. Chevrolet developed the "personalized" pickup, commonly known as the "glamour pickup," which was produced from 1967 to 1972 and transitioned from a utilitarian workhorse to a family second "car" with added engine power, a more comfortable cab and custom sport truck options.
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