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»

Ultimate Tow Rig: 1990 Ford F350 Lariat Dually

In the late eighties and early nineties, if you wanted a truck with pulling power you went to your local Ford dealer for a 7.3 diesel F250 or F350.  Reliable and relatively economical, these trucks had a reputation that… more»

Crimson and Cream Cowboy Cadillac: 1988 Chevrolet C30 Dually

My grandfather used to say that there was no substitute for cubic inches.  As someone who occasionally tows a travel trailer, I would agree with that and add that the weight of a tow vehicle matters.  It also doesn’t… more»

Camper Special: 1973 Chevrolet C30 Dually Pickup

Chevrolet introduced its new third generation of trucks in 1973 which frankly made truck history. The new design was stunning and offered more features and comfort than ever before. The new square body design was four years in the… more»

56k Genuine Miles: 1995 Ford F-350 Dually

Buying a brand new tow vehicle today has a couple of drawbacks. The first is that they aren’t cheap, so the buyer needs to justify a substantial cash outlay. The second is that the depreciation of new vehicles can… more»

454 Powered Dually: 1975 Chevrolet C30

I’ve written previously about how some classic vehicles have a sense of presence, but this 1975 Chevrolet C30 “Dually” probably takes that to the next level. It seamlessly combines spotless presentation with an almost imposing appearance, but its beauty… more»