From the 1926 Superior Express, to the modern Cheyenne concept – these six pickups are some of the best.
Chevrolet’s pickup truck range is iconic, and 2018 marks a momentous 100 years on road for the Bowtie brand. In celebration, the company has already shown off its new 2019 Silverado in a rugged Trailboss trim, prior to its Detroit Auto Show debut, and allowed us the chance to play around with a few select vehicles from its Heritage Center, located in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Taking to the bumpy roads just outside of the Texas Motor Speedway, everything from a restored 1926 Superior Express, to a more modern 2014 Silverado Cheyenne concept, which was initially shown at SEMA, was available for the short trip. The six classic vehicles made up the best and brightest of Chevy pickups trucks past.
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