Two Owners: 1959 Chevrolet Apache Fleetside 3100 Pickup

In my farm town, if a truck doesn’t have an eight-foot bed, it’s not a truck. Driving a short bed will get you “izat yer grandma’s?” or “where’s the rest of yer truck?” at the local pub. But I’ve… more»

Factory Black: 1965 Chevrolet C10 SWB Fleetside

The venerable first-generation Chevrolet C-series pickup first hit the streets in 1960 and underwent a series of rapid changes in just a few years. Styling was particularly shifty. Early hoods were designed with dual air intakes; the dated look… more»

Stylish Worker: 1966 Chevrolet C10 Fleetside Pickup

Chevrolet started making trucks in 1918. In those days, trucks were basically another body style of a car. For instance, Chevy’s Model 490 truck – its first – was a 490 car from the radiator to the front cowl,… more»

After the Cameo: 1959 Chevrolet Apache Fleetside Double Deluxe

For one year only, 1959, the successor to the dressed-up Chevy Cameo pick up was the Apache Fleetside Double Deluxe. When you took a Fleetside and gave it both a deluxe-trimmed bed as well as a deluxe-trimmed cab you… more»

1,120 Genuine Miles! 1974 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup

This 1974 Chevrolet C-10 Fleetside was a company vehicle that was sold new in October of 1973. Its working life has not been one of hardship, because, in the last 45-years, it has managed to accumulate a total of… more»