Following the announcement of Auckland going into level 3 lockdown please note we can still send out items via courier, however we cannot allow pickups at this time. Should we go to level 4 then we will not be able to send items. If you need something to get you through the boredom then order now just in case!
The first Chevy pickup truck was introduced in 1924. Since then, it has gone through many changes. In 1960 came the new C/K* line with a completely redesigned truck. It had a new frame and suspension system that gave it a more car-like ride. The pickup truck was emerging as something more than just a workman’s vehicle. The C/K line offered a wide choice of engines. This 1966 Fleetside comes with a 283 c.i. V-8 High Torque 175 horsepower engine. The 1966 Chevy pickup was the last of the first generation C/K line. Over the course of this generation, a number of improvements had been made that were developed to make the truck more appealing to the average consumer. In 1963, coil springs were introduced for a smoother ride. This was followed by more comfortable interiors and the addition of air conditioning in 1965.
*C/K was Chevrolet's and GMC's full size pickup line from 1960-2002. 'C' indicated 2-wheel drive and 'K' indicated 4-wheel drive.