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Chevrolet's Six-Figure Trucks at Auctions

As vintage Chevrolet trucks increase in popularity with enthusiasts, more trucks are going up for auction and sale prices for the most coveted trucks keep increasing. As we look back at 100 years of Chevy truck history, here’s a gallery of the nine most expensive Chevrolet trucks sold at Barrett-Jackson auctions to date. Photos courtesy of General Motors.

New-Vehicle Sales Fall 2.8% Through August

Through the first eight months of this year, a total of 11,308,631 new-vehicles have been sold, a 2.8% decline compared to the same time last year, according to Kelley Blue Book’s Monthly Light Vehicle Sales Report.

IIHS Small Pickup Evaluations

Four out of eight small pickup trucks recently crash-tested earned top crashworthiness scores from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Nonetheless, none of the trucks qualified for either of the institute's safety awards. Video courtesy of IIHS. For the full story, click here.

Truck Values Remain Stable

Volume-weighted, overall truck segment (including pickups, SUVs, and vans) values decreased by just 0.03% last week, better than the average decrease of 0.17% per week in the previous four weeks.

Pickup Truck Auction Values Finish 2016 Strong

Analysts at Kelley Blue Book reported that average values for one- to three-year-old pickup trucks have remained strong as a result of high demand at auction, despite fuel prices peaking in December 2016.

Rocky Mountain: 4x4 Trucks, SUVs Bolster Winter Market

Large pickups and mid-size SUVs, especially those vehicles with all-wheel drive, sold particularly well in December and January in Colorado and Idaho, as a mild winter didn't affect Colorado, while heavy snow and ice muted auction activity in Idaho.