The 1967-1972 Chevy/GMC pickup is one of the most beloved trucks of all time. Looking at this example, it's easy to see why.
There's a lot more going for this truck than just paint, though. This isn't your average stripped-down Chevy farm truck. Being a more upmarket GMC, it has a little more going for it in terms of options and equipment.
That's not to say that we don't love stripped-down Chevy farm trucks, too. We're quite smitten with this Sierra Grande, though.
Compared to the single-headlight Chevrolets, the GMCs of this era featured quad headlamps. For some reason, quad headlights have always looked classier to us. On these 1967-1972 trucks, it's a simple way to tell the Chevy and GMC models apart.
Speaking of lights, we're also a fan of the roof lights, too. They lend the look of a high-end work truck to this longbed. In addition, there are quite a few options that would make the cab a nice place to spend time.
This classic pickup has factory air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, and an automatic transmission. That sounds to us like it would make for a perfect summer cruiser. The previous owner sweetened the pot with headers and a dual exhaust, as well as rally wheels wrapped with fresh white letter tires.