1967 Chevy “C/28”
The 1967 Chevy “C/28” was a special truck that took one of the most popular GM body styles around and made it even better. This truck is special in the sense that Foose does not build a lot of sport trucks. This particular truck used a beautiful white paint job coupled with a clean factory-looking design. What made it pop in, even more, is the red vinyl interior that stands out from the rest of the truck. The chrome accents are few and far between but they did the truck a tremendous amount of justice (via Chip Foose).
The Foose wheels fit the truck perfectly. Most of the truck bed and the rest of the design are as close to stock as you can get. Of course that doesn’t discount the chromed-out LS motor that’s under the hood. Every inch of the 1967 Chevy “C/28” will look great for years to come. Foose has stated that the main idea behind the truck was to build a pickup truck version of a Camaro Z/28. You’ll seldom see a C/K sport truck any longer, so this one is a real treat for enthusiasts.