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Long thought of as vehicles for farmers and delivery carriers, the truck's role in American society changed dramatically with the advent of mid-20th century suburbia. Households became accustomed to owning two vehicles, perhaps even having one for fun and adventure, like an off-road International Scout or Ford Bronco. The truck transformed from strictly a workhorse into pickups and vans that could meet any consumer need, from utility to sport to luxury, culminating in a worthy replacement for the family car. This book tracks the development year by year, providing statistical and pricing information and listing features and options available for many light-duty vehicles.