Two totally different Chevy trucks that are definitely worth collecting.


America's love for trucks dates back to the early days of automobile, and today, pickups represent a cool niche among classic cars. If you're in the market for a cool truck worth showing off, Classic Auto Mall has a pair of Chevrolet trucks from two totally different eras with the timelessly classic 1972 Chevrolet C-10 and the retro modern 2005 Chevrolet SSR. Check them both out below and then head to our Facebook page to let us know which one you'd buy.

1972 Chevrolet C-10

Chevrolet has made some highly collectible trucks over the years, but the second-generation C-10 is one of the most popular today. Chevrolet has made some highly collectible trucks over the years, but the second-generation C-10 is one of the most popular today. This 1972 Chevrolet C-10 adds several custom touches and an eye-catching purple paint job to complement the truck's vintage style, and it will certainly turn heads whether you're out for a cruise or parked at a classic car show. The attention to detail is obvious everywhere on this truck, but the best is the cargo bed lined with white pine and the show-worthy engine compartment stuffed with a 400 cubic-inch V8. This truck is being listed for $20,900, and you can click HERE to make an offer.

2005 Chevrolet SSR

If you want a Chevy truck that is more modern but still highly collectible, the Chevrolet SSR is a cool choice. These trucks were only made for three years, and they were perfect cruisers combining a '40s style with a powerful V8 and a retractable hard top. The retro design was modeled after the Chevrolet Advance Design truck, which was built from 1947 through 1955, while the Corvette-derived 6.0-liter V8 (offered for the 2005 and 2006 model years) laid down an impressive 390 horsepower. This Redline Red Chevy SSR is a true collector with just 76,000 miles on the odometer, and it has the desirable six-speed manual transmission option. It's being sold for $23,900, and you can click HERE to make an offer on this truck.

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