Classic Trucks

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The 1955-1957 Chevrolet light-duty trucks featured an all-new elegant body style and mechanical improvements like a small-block V-8. Here came the new Chevrolet looking like a baby Cadillac with a Ferrari grille. See pictures and read about this truck.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

Like virtually the rest of American industry, International Harvester Company was in dire straits during the Great Depression of the early 1930s. Read about the company's coping strategy and its successful 1937 International C-1 Pickup truck.

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Ford F-Series trucks were introduced in 1948 and have enjoyed half a century of popularity. Its long trip to the top of the sales charts can be traced to Ford's first new vehicles to come out after World War II. Read about the F-Series trucks.

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The 1949-1956 Studebaker trucks, including the 2R and 3R series, were among the best the company made. One novel feature exploited by Studebaker's advertising was "lift the hood accessibility" to the engine. Read about 1949-1956 Studebaker trucks.

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The Courier and Louisville Line were Ford's new 1970-1979 trucks. The less strict government regulations helped the Ford trucks gain popularity during this decade. Learn more about Ford trucks in the 1970s and see truck photos.

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Ford's depression battle plan was simple: Build better cars and trucks. The Ford trucks of 1930 featured revised styling and sleek looks. Explore 1930s Ford trucks in this article.

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The early Twenties were a time of expansion and innovation for Ford. As the Ford Company grew in the 1920s, so did the demand for Ford trucks. Explore 1920s Ford trucks in this article.

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Ford trucks grew from a humble start in 1903 to the creation of an empire with the 1909 Ford Model T. Learn how Ford paved the road for more than 100 years of truck.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide