This is now the third dealership we know of that has jumped on the public’s love affair with retro-looking Chevrolet Silverados. Valley Chevrolet, located in Pennsylvania, has begun transforming 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models into modern-day Cheyenne Super 10 trucks.
The PA-based dealer says it will turn any Silverado on its lot into a Super 10 with a 3.5-inch lift, 18-inch wheels with BF Goodrich white lettered tires (of course), “Big 10” decals and a two-tone decal package. Thus far, the dealer has built three of the pickups, but two have already sold, leaving the orange one as the only pickup ready for sale. The dealer’s website has already teased its next Big 10 conversion.
There’s no doubt the pickups and their 1970s garb look quite good, and we especially like the black, white and red conversion Valley Chevrolet offered. The pickups are probably pulling in healthy profit margins for these dealers, too.
Frankly, we think it’s shocking General Motors hasn’t jumped onboard with its own retro package, though we do have an inkling that the “Cheyenne” name may be returning for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado.