- Engine Size
- 350 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Body Color
- Teal Blue Metallic
- Interior Color
FRAME OFF RESTORED EARLY CHEVROLET SUBURBAN! CLEAN & COOL!!
This 1971 Chevrolet Suburban is a beautiful vehicle. It is straight, clean, and solid. It was a Southwestern Truck and it had a Frame Off Restoration a few years ago where everything was rebuilt or replaced. It is very difficult to find an early Suburban like this in this condition. This was originally a K10 1/2 Ton Suburban, but when they restored it they added 3/4 Ton Axles from a 91 Suburban and 3/4 Ton Springs so it now has Front Disc Brakes and it is more like a 3/4 Ton. The truck has around 4300 miles on it since it was completed and it is a wonderful driving truck.
The body on this truck is amazing and super straight. They took it completely apart when it was repainted and it shows. There are some minor stone chips from driving it, but is beautiful. The interior was also redone and it is excellent! It has a Custom Oak Rear Cargo area and wood door panels and steering wheel. They left the dash and dash pad original and they are both in great shape. The engine is the 350 V8 that was rebuilt to stock specs. It does have an edelbrock Aluminum Intake, Edelbrock Carb, HEI Ignition, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, and Dual Exhaust. The Transmission is a Turbo 350 Transmission which was rebuilt and Np205 Transfer Case which was resealed. The Rear End is a Corporate 14 Bolt and the Front End is a 10 Bolt Corporate. The 2 Inch Lift and New Wheels and Tires give this truck a great stance.
When we drove this Suburban we were very pleased with how well it drove. It was easy to drive and the engine had a lot of power and ran excellent. The transmission shifted great as well! All of the lights, blinkers, wipers were working. The only thing not working that we found was the horn. We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives.
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