11 Classic Chevys Worthy of a Country Song
There are, quite literally, hundreds of Chevy references in country songs. They're so ingrained in a lyricist's psyche that it's almost required to mention them by the second verse of a radio ballad.
We're not here to talk about the songs, though. Let's go behind the scenes and check out the classic Chevys that might've inspired a note or two:
Chevy's C/K Series was produced from 1969 to 1998, and trucks like this 1966 model probably inspired a line or two in a country song.
The rust just means it's broken in, and ready for a lyricist to spin a tale of its adventures.
Imagine the stories this 1946 Chevy could tell!
Garth Brooks has friends in low places, and one of them is probably in the cab of this truck.
Alan Jackson once said it's alright to be little bitty, and this '67 Corvette is just that.
If Jesus took the wheel of this 1956 Bel Air, he probably wouldn't give it back. You've been warned.
A country boy can survive, provided he has a capable truck to get him around.
Question: If you drive to the river bank on a Friday night but don't get there in a Chevy, did you even go?
Because Billy Ray Cyrus liked Corvettes, he never had to deal with an Achy Breaky Car.
With an Impala like this, Johnny Cash would be more concerned about driving the line instead of walking it.
You could stand by your man, or you could sit by him in this Camaro.
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