Chevrolet trucks, backbone of GM sales, turn 100
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CLOSE Chris Woodyard talks to Ed Tucker and Rosie LoBrutto about their 1950 Chevrolet pickup painted up to be a tribute to John Deere.
DETROIT -- Forget the ’57 Chevy, even the Corvette or Camaro.
With 100 years of production and the auto industry’s oldest continually used nameplate, the archetypal hero vehicle for General Motors’ biggest brand is a Chevrolet truck, and it’s celebrating a century on the market.
Chevy trucks turn 100 this fall, just in time for the brand to capitalize on its hard-earned, hardworking reputation with new models in the hottest parts of... read more
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