Engine Size
5.7 Liter V8
Transmission Type
Body Style
Body Color
Interior Color
Light Blue


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This 1989 GMC Suburban is a really nice square body that spent its life in Washington and Idaho. This truck has been extremely well maintained and cared for with lots of receipts and it runs and drives excellent down the road. These Burbs are great trucks because they are so reliable, they are comfortable, and they have a variety of uses. The body on this rig is clean and straight. It has been repainted in its original colors of Light French Blue and Midnight Blue at some point and the paint looks great!! The underside is also very clean and solid as you can see in the pictures on our website. This truck also has a nice vintage front bumper/grille guard with a 9500lb winch that works great. All of the moldings and trim appear to be original and are in great condition. The interior on this vehicle is really clean and still in beautiful original condition. The dash had some small cracks on it so it is covered with a carpeted mat made to fit and the headliner was replaced and looks new. The headlights, brakelights, taillights, and blinkers are all working. The cruise, ac, heat, wipers, windows, locks are all working. This truck does have the 3rd row seat which can be easily removed and put back in. It is just a really nice and clean interior.

Mechanically this Suburban is top notch and a lot of money has spent on it the last few years to make it a reliable everyday driver if you choose. The receipts we have total around $10,000. The engine is the original 5.7L 350 V8 that was fully remanufactured by S & J engines and we have the receipt. Everything was new at that time including the alternator, water pump, radiator, exhaust manifolds, ac compressor, hoses, plugs, wires, belts, etc. The truck runs fantastic with no issues. The transmission is the 700 R4 Automatic that shifts great and it was also fully rebuilt and we have the receipt. It is mated to the np241 transfer case and the 4WD works as it should. It has a 10 Bolt rear axle with a limited slip and 3.73 gears. The front axle is also a 10 Bolt with 3.73 gears. This rig is ready to go!!!

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