1977 Chevrolet Mighty Mike

1977 Chevrolet Mighty Mike
By the early 1970s, Japan-built firm trucks had opened a firm foot in the U.S. market. Ford had been marketing a Mazda truck rebadged as the Courier since 1971. In 1972, Chevrolet answered with a model of Isuzu’s truck, labelled the Chevy LUV for Light service Vehicle. Chevy vended about 20,000 of them that first year and sales acted to emergence throughout the decades.


1977 Chevrolet LUV Mighty Mike

The attractive small LUV attained a distinctive-edition collection of its own in 1977 the Mighty Mike. The Mighty Mike is tough beautiful. The collection reached with distinctive bandings with a blue-to-black or yellow-red-black fading theme. The aculeus ran down both regions of the hood and a second set expanded from the doors onto the bed . All that was missing was a set of aftermarket white-spoke wheels to make this retiring 80-hp vehicle look like a totally hip 70s mini-truck.