1936 Chevy Low Cab Pickup

Midway through the 1936 model year, the cabs on Chevrolet trucks underwent a design change. Trucks produced during the first half of the model year were built with a square cab design popular in truck lines for over a decade. At mid-year, Chevrolet began building a more rounded cab body reflective of automotive styling trends in the mid-30s, along with the styling of many competitors trucks. The more squared cabs became known as “high cabs” while the more rounded cabs were known as “low cabs.”