Thanks on both accounts!Thats a mighty nice looking Suburban You got there.
The tow rig is a thing of beauty too.
We shall see if it gets a thread of just interjects randomly into the dually thread and hopefully the 88 thread here soon. It's not really a "project" like the 88..... The parts pile on that one is building up quick. It's happening.... soon.You just can't quit can you... Looking forward to the thread on the new burb Dave
All the toys! Honestly missed the clattery sound. Alot. But I'd never tow like I do with my 454 with one so a random run around was the next best option.One more toy!
Mostly just want it up and reliable, nothing too crazy.Nice Burb, time to get started on it. It is winter so you need a great indoor project......
Actually I'm really busy but it's my own doing.You have too much time on your hands.
I think most trucks have plows Here, or have had plows and are severely rotted out. Just seem to find a lot more trucks vs burbs listed for sale. Prolly helps you can find a 1500/2500/3500 silverado/sierra vs just Burbs.Around here it's completely opposite. Trucks hold their value like crazy and the SUVs are dirt cheap.
I haven't a clue on the engine, and have been lazy to check the casting number/date. My thoughts was at 277k it is a good one or was replaced...Nice looking burb, welcome back to 6.5L life! Any replacement history on the engine? I am a little worried about it being a 97, but hopefully if it lasted this long she should be one of the good ones!
Yeah, ya do have an eye for advertising pictures.
Sux on the metal masher. If that Suburban is a beater, you should have seen some of my rigs...
It's fairly clean, but not clean like my dually is. The interior is in ok shape but the carpets stained up (although not torn/trashed like my 98 parts suburban was, this is just dirty). It's slowly getting better the more i tinker with it. It was a $1,600 partially running with slipping reverse and overdrive, i'm pretty sure it would have ended up in the junkyard had it not came to live here. I'm fairly certain with a good cleaning inside and a cut & buff it would be a pretty spiffy rig.To me, that Suburban looks show room mint.