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Chevrolet Celebrates a Century of Truck Design

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Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet does business in more than 100 countries, selling more than 4.0 million cars and trucks a year. 

Chevrolet is marking the 100th anniversary of the brand’s trucks. One hundred years ago, Chevrolet introduced the 1918 One-Ton, and to commemorate this milestone, the brand is looking back on 10 of the most iconic designs in Chevy truck history:

  • 1918 One-Ton
  • 1929 International Series LD
  • 1938 Half-Ton
  • 1947 3100 Series
  • 1955 3124 Series Cameo Carrier
  • 1967 C10 Fleetside
  • 1973 C30 One-Ton Dually
  • 1988 C/K1500
  • 1999 Silverado 1500 LT Z71
  • 2007 Silverado 1500

“Today, the Chevrolet truck design studio is focused on purposeful design that creates personality and customization options for a wide breadth of truck customers,” said Rich Scheer, Director of Exterior Design for Chevy Trucks. “Looking back on the past century of truck design, I realized that Chevrolet designers have been focused on the same goals since the very beginning.”

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