When the 1973 Chevrolet and GMC half-ton pickups were introduced, they were the first truly streamlined pickup trucks on the market. And their timing could not have been better… imagine a pickup truck that was designed in a wind tunnel and introduced just in time for the first gas crisis.
What makes these the best trucks GM ever built? Well, they were breakthrough vehicles–the first, in my opinion, of today’s modern pickups. No previous truck had combined rugged workability and pleasing creature comforts like this before. Continue reading