Scottsdale Survivor: 1976 Chevrolet K20 Pickup

There is a certain paradox concerning third-generation Chevrolet and GMC trucks.  Despite proudly wearing the nickname “Square Body” since the first third-generation C/K trucks rolled off the assembly line, the official GM nomenclature for this model was “Rounded Line.” … more»

One-Owner with Patina! 1964 Chevrolet C-20

Chevrolet redesigned its trucks in 1960 under the C/K naming convention (C = rear-wheel drive, K = four-wheel-drive). The C-10 was the ½-ton pick-up while the C-20 was the ¾-ton model. The trucks competed head-to-head with the Ford F-Series… more»

Everything Included: 1979 Chevrolet Dually Dual Cab

Sometimes, wretched excess is just what you need.  In the seventies and eighties, Chevrolet truck buyers could purchase a four-door, long-bed, dual-wheel truck with either a large gasoline or diesel engine in any trim level they liked.  Whether the… more»

Immaculate Square Body: 1977 Chevrolet C/K 4WD

For the younger readers among us, this is another reminder that we older folks had a much more awesome childhood than you did.  This time, we will rub your noses in the fact that we had absolutely awesome TV… more»

New Crate Engine Included: 1968 Chevrolet C10

The Chevy C-10 was part of the C/K series of trucks that GM built from 1960-02, with the “C” standing for 2-wheel drive and “K” for 4-wheel. The second generation of these transports was produced from 1967-72, also referred… more»

Ready to Drive: 1970 Chevrolet C-20

Nearly every generation of Chevrolet’s C/K Series pickup trucks is seemingly still on the road today, whether they are a cruiser, workhorse, or combination of the two. With that said, this 2nd-generation 1970 Chevrolet C-20 that Barn Finds reader… more»

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