This 1959 Chevrolet 3100 custom pickup sold for $121,000 in Scottsdale, AZ in 2014. Only the body is original; it's been rebuilt "from the ground up" beginning with a high-strength chassis, chrome 9-in. Currie rear end and a Detroit Tru-Trac differential. Inside, there's a white leather interior with black accents and green-tinted glass, and air conditioning has been added.
Shown for the first time Oct. 31, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler — this one's a Sahara model — has improved aerodynamics but retains the familiar front grille, round headlights and square taillights.
Utilimaster launched its Velocity van body based on a Ford Transit chassis back in 2015.
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Should the pickup truck be the official vehicle of the United States?