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Idle Thoughts Ask any ten people to name the most historically significant American vehicles and you’ll probably get about the same answers from each one: Jeep CJ, Tucker Torpedo, Chevy Corvette and maybe the ’57 Bel Air. Conventional wisdom would never choose a pickup truck as one of the most important vehicles of all time. But here’s the thing – the conventional wisdom is wrong. The pickup truck, much more than the passenger car, built America in the 20th century. From the simple finish-it-yourself Chevrolet trucks first sold to the public in 1918 to the latest Silverado crew cab with