THE 1960-1962 C-10s received a newly designed independent front torsion bar suspension and trailing arm rear suspension, which greatly improved ride quality compared to the previous beam front and leaf spring rear suspension. The 1963 models were the first to get coil spring front suspensions, and were the last year to have the wraparound “knee-knocker” windshield and distinctive double-hump dashboard. Because of these attributes, 1963 C-10s are the favorite of many truck enthusiasts, but then again many prefer the more angular side view of the ’64-66 trucks. Various inline-six engines could be had over the seven years of production, as well as a 283- or 327-cubic-inch V-8. This generation C-10 is equally at home as a muscle truck, kustom or pro touring ride, and it remained a hidden gem in the truck scene for many years. Popularity seemed to greatly increase in the early 2000s and has become a favorite of many since. In 1967, Chevy brought about yet another design change, and its “Action Line” trucks now featured an even bolder look, as well as a bigger focus on driver comfort. Gone was the angular look of its predecessor, in favor of more simplified lines. More plush and ornate interiors were a big improvement over previous models, and engine choices ranged from a capable 250-cubicinch inline-six to a 402-cubic-inch big block V-8. If you wanted a small back window, you had to get in early on the ’67 models, as that was the only year it would be available on anything but C-40 and C-60 models. Aside from that, slight cosmetic changes occurred every model year, with the most obvious being the front ends between ’68 and ’69 models, which were beefed up aesthetically. Beginning in ’71, interiors were improved yet again with more padding, and exteriors could be had with more brightwork. More importantly, the front brakes were now discs!