2. Chevrolet C/10 Cheyenne
They were only sold from 1967 to ’72, but Chevy’s “Action Line” pickups rank as one of the best-looking trucks the company has ever built. The range-topper was the ’71-’72 Cheyenne, which introduced more car-like features to the still spartan full-size truck range. On top of front disc brakes and a standard radio (both new for ’71), the Cheyenne also had special trim, a more luxurious interior, and a carpeted, insulated cab. Any Action Line truck is worth saving, but the Cheyenne is still the one to have.