1971 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup
The Chevrolet truck division had a great year in 1971 with calendar year production totaling 739,478 units, an all-time record for the brand at the time. The most popular Chevrolet truck offered that year was the C-10 pickup, with over 260,000 built. Driving that popularity was the C-10's new Cheyenne interior trim package, which brought a new level of comfort, convenience and style to pickup trucks. An optional 6 cylinder (292 cid) combined with three optional small block V8s (307, 350 and 400 cid) gave C-10 buyers the widest range of choices in the industry.