About 1937 Chevy Pickup
Innovation often comes from adversity, and that is the case with the 1937 Chevy pickup. It was Chevrolet's attempt to revive the auto industry when America began to recover from the Great Depression. The pickup was incredibly modern for its day, with a new, efficient, and streamlined design. The strong 1937 1/2-ton pickup could carry a 1060 pound load and got an impressive 21 miles per gallon, and there are also 3/4 and 1-ton trucks on the market. All of the truck weights feature cool styling traits, but the 1-ton model has larger rear brakes, bigger wheels, and heavier rear springs than its smaller brothers. The Chevy truck came in a range of body styles, including the pickup, stake, and platform, as well as the Commercial Series built on an automobile's chassis. Shop for authentic 1937 Chevy pickups, as well as replacement parts and retro license plates, from the large inventory on eBay. While you bring your vintage pickup truck to life, you can check out the scale models for your die-cast collection.