In 1967, Chevrolet introduced all-new full-size pickups that moved beyond being basic workhorses to dual-purpose trucks that could be stylish as well. Known informally as the "Glamour" lineup, 1967-1972 pickups still heavily influence the design of Chevy cars and trucks today.
One new 1967 model was the high-end two-door Custom Sport Truck, or CST. Among its upgrades, the CST featured a deluxe vinyl interior with bucket seats, chrome bumpers and special badges to separate it from lower models.
Chevy is bringing back the Custom Sport Truck model for 2012, just in time for its 45th anniversary.
Today's CST bundles the following features:
- Vortec 5.3-liter V-8 engine
- Six-speed automatic transmission
- Heavy-duty trailering package
- Automatic locking rear differential
- Heated power-adjustable, manual-folding outside mirrors with chrome caps
- 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels
- Bodyside moldings with chrome accents
- Chrome door handles
- EZ-Lift locking tailgate
- Power driver's seat
- Steering-wheel controls
- Bluetooth phone connectivity
- Stereo with USB port
- Dual zone automatic climate control
- Fog lamps
The Custom Sport Truck Package is available nationally on Silverado 1500 extended cab models and in California, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Florida and Arizona, New Mexico, Arkansas, Kansas, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi on Silverado 1500 crew-cab models.
1967 Chevy C10 Custom Sport Truck