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Cabela's 50th Anniversary Collectible Truck

Commissioned to celebrate Cabela’s 50th Anniversary, this heirloom-quality, limited-edition collectible truck brings the legendary heritage and outdoor tradition of Cabela’s to your home. Each 1:25th-scale, die-cast metal Chevrolet C-10 replica is consecutively numbered on the front license plate, emblazoned with the Cabela’s 50th Anniversary logo and printed with signatures of Cabela’s founders, Dick and Jim Cabela. Intricately detailed from the engine block to the undercarriage, this truck features real rolling rubber tires, opening cab doors, an authentic interior, and an opening tailgate and hood. They’re also painted in Cabela’s trademark green paint scheme. Every collectible truck is packed in a full-color, 50th anniversary package that includes a brief Cabela’s history. Dimensions: 8-1/4"L x 3"W x 3"H. Weight: Approximately 1 lb.
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What year is it's vintage?

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Stubblejumper
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The Cabela's 50th Anniversary Collectible Truck (632912) is a model 1968 Chevrolet C-10 replica.
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CabelasExpert4
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It's a 1968 Chevy C-10 pickup. Large rear window and side maker lights differentiate between the 1967 model that shares the same hood and grill combination.
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While I am no expert, this replica seems to be a 1969 model.

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PearlRiverSwampFisher1
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While I am not a math major, 50 years from 2011 would be 1961. Why was a 1968 model year used?

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Just a guess - the 1961 models were quite ugly. 1968's look MUCH better. Simple marketing.
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