1966 Chevrolet Pickup C/K Reserved Parking Only Sign
1966 Chevrolet Pickup C/K Series Aluminum Parking Sign
The Chevrolet C/K Series was Chevy and GMC's full-size pickup from 1960 through 1999 in the United States. The 'C' indicated two-wheel drive while the 'K' meant four-wheel drive. In 1960, Chevrolet introduced a new body style of light pickup truck that featured a drop-center ladder frame, allowing the cab to sit lower. In the front was an independent suspension setup. Half-ton models were the C10 and K10 short-bed trucks, and C16 and K15 long-bed trucks. The 3/4-ton models were the C20 and K20, as well as the one-tone C30. For the year 1964, the cab was updated and the 'warparound' windshield was removed. A new front grille design appeared on the front, along with various other interior changes. In 1965, air conditioning and a 327 cubic-inch V8 engine became available. In 1966, a new base engine was introduced - an inline-6.
Make it clear: Your 1966 Chevrolet Pickup C/K Series deserves a reserved parking spot in your garage! Just like the real street signs, our signs are quality made of .025" Aluminum that will not rust, crack or break and are UV protected for outdoor use and durability. The sign has rounded corner and two 1/4 inch pre-drilled holes on top and bottom for easy display. Ideal for home, garage, office, workshop, Man cave, private roadways or anywhere you fill you deserve a special parking or deco spot, and they make the ideal gift for any car enthusiast. They are available in two sizes 12" X 18" (305 X 457 mm) or 8" X 12" (203 X 305 mm) to suit your need and space. 1966 Chevrolet Pickup C/K Series Parking Only Sign.
Available in two sizes: 12" X 18" (305 X 457 mm) or 8" X 12" (203 X 305 mm)
Two 1/4 inch pre-drilled holes on top and bottom
UV protected for outdoor use and durability
This product is made in the USA
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