3 Chevy Trucks That Dominated The Summer Car Shows
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3 Chevy Trucks That Dominated The Summer Car Shows

We have been in the car show business for a long time, and every now and again we take a look at our pictures to determine the best of for the season.

In this post we reminisce on our top 3 Chevy trucks that we captured for the season, check them out:

1958 Chevrolet Apache Stepside

1958 Chevrolet Apache Stepside

We saw this piece of vintage iron at one of the local truck shows in Texas. She was a rugged beauty with more personality and patina than you can shake a stick at.

The color was a blackish charcoal gray that almost had a hint of blue on some of my pictures. I don’t know if the blue was the truck or the incredibly blue skies that we had that day.

I didn’t get a pic of the interior but the exterior was striking with just the right amount of aggressive stance and sinister appeal. A tough truck, big engine and fat Hoosier tires is how we roll at Daily Rubber.

I look forward to the next show or local cruise-in and hopefully this classic Chevrolet Apache will be there.

1966 Chevrolet C10 Fleetside

Red 1966 Chevrolet C10

If you like trucks that has a lot of its stock flavor, super clean and ultra-classy; then you will thoroughly enjoy this rich red 1966 Chevy C10 Fleetside.

This too was spotted at a local event and constantly received thumbs-up from the attendees at the show. We really like the flawless paint and slightly lowered look that gave the impression that it is wider than it actually is.

1968 Chevrolet C10 Series

1968 Chevrolet C10

Of the 3, this one is a personal favorite. The C10’s of the late 60’s and early 70’s are some of the nicest looking vehicles in their respective class. They look tough but handsome enough to be daily drivers.

This one was chopped a few inches which greatly enhanced its street presence and had a baby blue gloss that had just the right amount of eye-catching natural patina which you would expect from a truck this age that is actually being driven.

The interior was simple and clean and not over-done. The bench seat was a rich blue covered in tweed cloth and it had the coolest gauges that displayed the basics and appeared to be all original.

This truck is the perfect combination of vintage class and modern style. The Vintec Billet wheels add some extra flair that gives this Chevy the look that C10 owners strive for.

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Do you have a classic or modern muscle car or truck that you love? If so, tell us about it in the comment section below. We would love to see a picture if you have one to share (just email it to us) with a brief description and who knows it might end up as a featured article on Daily Rubber or our social media.

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