Engine Size
383 V8
Transmission Type
Body Style
Body Color
Silver & Red
Interior Color


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This 1991 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 is a Silverado that spent its life in the Pacific Northwest. This is a really nice 3/4 Ton Suburban and it was owned the last 8 years by an individual who spent a lot of time and money to make mechanical upgrades and general maintenance so it would be a dependable rig for him to take camping and sightseeing all over the Pacific NW. The body on this Burb is clean and straight. It was originally Ultra Silver Metallic and Black but was repainted Ultra Silver Metallic and Burgundy at some point because of the GM Clear Coat issues for this era. The paint still looks great!! All of the side moldings are still in really nice condition. This has a cool Vintage Warn front bumper in really nice condition and the underside is also very clean. We found no rust issues with this truck.

The interior is in awesome original condition. The seats, carpet, and door panels are all original and excellent. The headliner was replaced at some point which is common. The instrument cluster has the rare factory tach option which is really cool and they added the transmission temp gauge. The headlights, tail lights, brakelights, and turn signals are all working. All of the gauges work and the horn, wipers, and heat work. This truck has working power windows and locks and the rear window also works great. This truck has AC, but it is not blowing cold. This Suburban has rear heat, but he removed the lines and fan to give himself more room. These parts will come with the Suburban if you would like them. This Burb also has a built in CB, Inverter, alarm with keyless entry, and a nice bluetooth Alpine Stereo.

Mechanically this Suburban is awesome!! It has a lot of upgrades including the 383 Stroker V8 engine that runs strong and smooth with no issues or red flags that we could find. He added Vortec heads, Keith Black Pistons, and Eagle Crank, stock GM performance roller Cam, roller rockers, and a high flow Cat with Magnaflow exhaust. He also added and upgraded Remanufactured throttle body. Once completed the engine was professionally tuned and it runs excellent!!! This all has around 10,000 miles on it based on information from the owner. We do have some receipts from 2017 when the work was done. The transmission is the 4L80E Automatic that shifts nice. They offered this in the square bodies only in 1991. It has a Transgo Shift kit and this thing shifts awesome. It is mated to the np 241c transfer case and the 4WD works like it should. The rear axle is a 14 Bolt Full Floater with 4.10 gears and a Limited Slip Differential. The front axle is a 10 Bolt with with 4.10 gears. This is all sitting on a nice set of Vintage Aluminum Wheels with Cooper Discoverer Tires.

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