Truck Legends

Chevy Truck Legends

Have You Reached Legend Status?

Only the most loyal Chevy truck owners can join Chevy Truck Legends. To become a member, you must either:

    • Be the owner of an eligible Chevy truck1 with at least 100,000 miles on the odometer
    • Own an eligible Chevy truck and have purchased or leased more than one new Chevy truck in your lifetime

A Truckload of Benefits

Chevy Truck Legends members enjoy countless benefits, including an exclusive cap, Legends decals, special invites to Chevy events, the ability to share your photos and story in our member gallery, exclusive merchandise and truck news and updates from Chevy. Truck Legends will also be eligible for discounts from various Chevy partners and the ability to purchase exclusive Truck Legends merchandise.

A Legend 100 Years in the Making

Every truck has a story to tell. This is ours. See the iconic trucks that helped make Chevy a legend among truck owners.

1918 Chevrolet One-Ton

The 1918 One-Ton has the distinction of being the first purpose-built Chevrolet truck. The truck was meant to be an affordable and flexible platform for customers to build on, and could be purchased as either a cowl and chassis or an express body with or without an eight-post curtain top.

1929 Chevrolet International Series AC Light Delivery

The International Series AC Light Delivery was the first truck in the industry to feature an OHV 6-cylinder engine. By 1929, wooden wheels became a thing of the past, and all Chevrolet trucks featured new steel disc wheels.

1938 Chevrolet Half-Ton

This truck was the first to be designed by the newly formed Art and Color department. A stylish vertical grille, swept fenders and a new front bumper show early signs of the newly formed design team’s influence on Chevy trucks.

1947 Chevrolet 3100 Series

The 3100 Series was the first truck to use the all-new Chevy postwar “Advance Design” styling with a rounded profile and 5-bar horizontal grille offering a sleek and modern new look. The new design offered a wider and longer cab, allowing for a true 3-person seat. New features included a fresh-air heater/defroster system, cab corner windows and an in-dash radio.
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1955 Chevrolet 3124 Series Cameo Carrier

The Cameo Carrier was a part of the Task Force generation of trucks, the successors to the Advance Design Series, and was the first “Fleetside” truck in the industry. Designed with a strong shoulder, reverse A-pillar and wraparound front glass, it’s no surprise this elegant truck was marketed as the “executive truck.”

1967 Chevrolet C/K10 Series

Dubbed the “Action Line,” the second-generation C/K Series added comfort and convenience features to what had previously been a line of work trucks. A simple body side with strong shoulders that taper toward the rear, a more integrated fender and hood, and a simple grille are hallmarks of this clean and iconic design. To satisfy customers precise power needs, the 1967 C/K series offered a wide choice of 6-cylinder plus small and big block V8 engines.

1973 Chevrolet C30 One-Ton Dually

This heavy-duty hauler was the first Crew Cab dually to market and is considered by many to be the first modern heavy-duty pickup truck. Looking like no other truck on the road, the C30 introduced the revolutionary “square body” design with its rounded exterior lines that improved aerodynamics and efficiency over the previous generation. The C30 was the first Chevy truck with a factory Crew Cab option and offered seating for up to six. Not only was this the first Chevy truck to use curved side glass, it was the first to have a radio antenna integrated into the windshield glass.

1988 Chevrolet C/K1500

The 1988 C/K1500 was the fourth generation of the C/K Series pickup trucks, and the first to be on the all-new GMT400 platform. 1988 was also the introduction of the Insta-Trac system, giving drivers the ability to shift in and out of 4-wheel drive at any speed. Further improving over previous generations, the fourth-generation C/K Series all came equipped with independent front suspensions.The 1988 C1500 Sport took home the Hulman Indy Challenge Trophy, averaging over 103 mph for 24 hours as it covered 2,483.085 miles in a grueling 999.234 laps.

1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Though it first appeared as a trim in 1975, Silverado would become a stand-alone model for the first time in 1999, with the new GMT800 platform offering a more muscular take on the aerodynamic design of the previous generations. Along with a new design, Silverado also introduced innovations like a new line of powerful Vortec V8 engines, a hydroformed frame and a convenient driver message center.

2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Redesigned inside and out, the award-winning second-generation Silverado was built on the GMT900 platform. Aerodynamic improvements like a steeply raked windshield and tighter panel gaps offered improved efficiency along with a simple, modern and powerful new look. Among other awards, Silverado was named the 2007 North American Truck of the Year at the North American International Auto Show.

2018 Centennial Special Editions

Celebrate a century of strength and dependability with the Centennial Edition Silverado and Colorado. Head over to our Centennial page to find more about the newest members of the family of the most dependable, longest-lasting pickups on the road.

Going the Distance

For almost 100 years, Chevy trucks have echoed the values of their owners. Strength. Dependability. And the resilience to conquer any challenge. Meet the trucks that best represent this legacy, and the owners who make them truly legendary.

1. The following trucks are eligible for Chevy Truck Legends: Avalanche, C/K Pickup, Colorado, S-10, Silverado, Silverado HD, Suburban, Tahoe

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