The van culture of the 1970s is long gone, but the vehicle itself lives on as the Chevrolet Express 1500, a full-size van that still looks like a product of that era. The boxy design is decades-old, although mechanical updates have been made as technology warrants. It's conceded most of its passenger-carrying duties to minivans and SUVs, but stays viable as utilitarian carry-all for contractors and tradespeople.
Even so, the civilian model is still around, catering to buyers who want eight-passenger seating, enough cargo space for a room-full of furniture, and decent towing ability. No other type of vehicle offers all three, which is why you can still spot the Express in suburban driveways—but not in garages, where it won't fit.