How To Really Get A Chevy Colorado Off-Road: Stuff It In An Airplane

Truck YeahThe trucks are good!

Alaskan oil outfit ASRC Energy Services uses Chevy trucks on job sites, which are not conveniently located near any dealerships. So we get to see how these guys stuff a Colorado into the back of a smallish airplane! Spoiler alert: “very carefully.”

Shipping this truck to Wherever, Alaska was obviously a logistical pain in the ass but at least Chevy’s fleet sales department was savvy enough to turn it into a marketing opportunity.

Advertisement

The truck was fitted with smaller wheels to squeeze this flying bus, and apparently only cleared by half an inch.

Who else can sell you a pickup that fits in a Shorts 330 Sherpa, huh? Sure, Toyota or Nissan, but we did discover that the Colorado’s a smoother-riding rig than those dinosaurs.

Maybe I just love watching other people toil while I sit here and sip coffee, but I really enjoyed this little demonstration. Reminds me of when I used to cram a bunch of DJ gear in mom’s minivan to go rock some high school’s cafeteria.

Advertisement

Logistics can be sexy guys, come on.

Advertisement

Contact the author at andrew@jalopnik.com.

Share This Story