Unlike some of its opponents, Chevrolet
refrained from enlisting a testosterone-fueled plate to its 1976 Chevrolet Sport truck and that’s part of what makes it one of the most aesthetic distinctives of the decade. The Sport collection existed of white bandings on the hood and barriers. It was accessible on Stepside trucks
initially, in both two and four-wheel-drive semblance. Sport trucks approached quality on the mid-grade Scottsdale cut, along with rally wheels and white-letter tires.
Later, the Sport collection was extended to include Fleetside versions. The marking collection changed from year to year, although the white bandings of the first year are perhaps the stylish of the run. For those looking to make their Sport an actual muscle device, Chevrolet
supplied a 454-cubic-inch V-8, even though in 1976 the big-block made just 240 horsepower.