In 1967, Chevrolet introduced this new body style truck. In appearance, it was a completely redesigned truck from the previous years. However, many of the chassis parts will interchange between this truck and previous years. Grill consists of two wide rectangular openings with surround trim and bowtie emblem in center. Hood has CHEVROLET letters across front.


GMC grill design is one vertical and one crossing horizontal bar between dual headlights. GMC letters are attached to center grill. Fenders and bedsides have no side marker lamps.


Parklights are mounted in lower rectangular opening of grill. Small back window is standard equipment with big back window optional. Floor of fleetside bed is now steel as standard equipment with optional wood floor. Stepside bed floor is still wood with steel skid strips.


CST equipped trucks have lower bright trim installed at lower body line. Last year for the optional 283 ci. engine. Fender emblems consist of a bowtie on top with the truck series designation below. Hand operated parking brake.

Hood has Chevrolet letters across the front and Bowtie emblem on the grille, small rear window is standard and big rear window was optional. Two trim levels were offered: Standard and Deluxe. Custom Sport Truck (CST) was the top-of-the-line trim package. Steel floor was standard on the fleetside bed with a wood floor being optional and wood standard on the stepside bed. Exterior CST trim molding, 3 spoke steering wheel, Engine: 6 cylinder 250 and 292 CID, V8’s were 283 and 327 CID. Transmission: 3 Speed manual, 3 speed manual with overdrive on ½ ton only, 4 speed manual and 2 automatics, Powerglide and Turbo Hydra-matic. Drum brakes front and rear.  PCV valve. Coil springs front and rear. Hand-operated  parking brake.