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A Century of Chevrolet Truck History

Chevrolet Trucks has made a huge impact on the truck and fleet industry today. From trucks with 45 lb.-ft. of torque in 1918 to the workhorses of today, Chevrolet trucks have come a long way.

Chevrolet's Six-Figure Trucks at Auctions

As vintage Chevrolet trucks increase in popularity with enthusiasts, more trucks are going up for auction and sale prices for the most coveted trucks keep increasing. As we look back at 100 years of Chevy truck history, here’s a gallery of the nine most expensive Chevrolet trucks sold at Barrett-Jackson auctions to date. Photos courtesy of General Motors.

Time Capsule: 1920 International Model H

As this photo shows, work trucks in the early part of the 20th century emphasized functionality over comfort, leaving drivers such as the one shown here literally out in the cold.

FCA US Debuts Arsenal of Democracy Documentary

In recognition of the 75th anniversary of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s historic “Arsenal of Democracy” radio broadcast (December 29, 1940), FCA US LLC has released a short documentary, "Automakers and the Arsenal of Democracy."

Time Capsule: Circa 1950s Milk Trucks

If there's ever been a quintessential work truck in the history of commercial vehicles, it's probably the milk truck. As these trucks from the 1950s show, the milk truck was also a relatively sophisticated vehicle for its time.