Chevrolet Vans
Founded by Louis Chevrolet and the deposed president (William C Durant) of General Motors in 1911. Chevrolet developed alone, but in secret Durant was buying back General Motors shares, and he had control of his old company by 1916 and then put Chevrolet into GM in 1917. The first Chevrolet Truck was launched as the One Ton in 1918 with a 3.7-litre ohv 4-cylinder engine
Chevrolet Corvair 95 1961 Van front
Chevrolet Corvair 95 Van
aa Chevrolet Loadmaster 1948 Truck badge
aa Chevrolet Loadmaster 1948 Truck badge
Chevrolet Loadmaster 1948 Truck - badge on bonnet. Chevrolet also built light trucks, even though the GMC brand was used for heavier commercials.
Chevrolet 3100 Pickup 1952 front
Chevrolet 3100 Pickup 1952 front
Chevrolet 3100 Pickup 1952. Introduced in 1947 it featured an inline six 3.5-litre engine
Chevrolet 3100 Pickup 1957 front
Chevrolet 3100 Pickup 1957 front
Chevrolet 3100 Pickup 1957. The new Chevrolet 'Taskforce' pickups were launched with new bodies in 1955 and wraparound windscreens - a first for commercial vehicles.. In 1957 there was a restyle with oval-shaped badges on the front wings.
Chevrolet 3200 Apache Pickup 1955 fronty
Chevrolet 3200 Apache Pickup 1955 fronty
Chevrolet 3200 Apache Pickup 1955
Chevrolet BK Pickup 1942 frontb
Chevrolet BK Pickup 1942 frontb
Chevrolet BK Pickup 1942
Chevrolet El Camino 1965 front
Chevrolet El Camino 1965 front
Chevrolet El Camino 1965
Chevrolet Loadmaster 1948
Chevrolet Loadmaster 1948
Chevrolet Loadmaster 1948. A similar design was given to the British Bedford A-type introduced in 1952
Chevrolet Suburban 1951 Delivery Van
Chevrolet Suburban 1951 Delivery Van
Chevrolet Suburban 1951 Delivery Van
GMC HandiBus Custom 1968 90 V8 front
GMC HandiBus Custom 1968 90 V8 front
GMC HandiBus Custom 1968 90 V8. Second generation of the ChevyVan, now offered in 90-inch or 108-inch wheelbase versions. As well as the familiar inline six engines, Chevy small block V8 engines were also offered