This 1989 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Suburban is a very clean Arizona and New Mexico SUV. This Burb went under a full mechanical upgrade. This is a very nice Square Body Suburban that runs and drives like a more modern Suburban. This vehicle was professionally built and is a beast!! The body on this Suburban is in wonderful condition. It is obvious this was a SW vehicle based on how clean the body is and how nice the underside is. It was repainted in its original color of Olympic White and it was done very well. The interior is very very clean and mostly original. You can tell it was well taken care of. The dash-pad and headliner are new and the original seats and carpet are still in great condition. This truck has Power Windows and locks that are working. All of the interior gauges are also working along with lights, blinkers, wipers, horn, etc. Heat works but AC is not blowing cold.
Mechanically this truck is awesome. It recently received a LQ9 6.0L V8 and a 4l60E Transmission from a 2005 Cadillac Escalade with around 56,000 miles on it. When they put it in it was pulled apart, checked over, and resealed. The transmission was totally rebuilt he used all of the best parts when doing this. We did not receive the receipts, but the previous owner owned a chain of transmission shops so the work was done right. Transfer case is the 241C, Rear Axle is 14 Bolt, and Front Axle is the 10 Bolt HD. They also added a nice 4 Inch Lift Kit with new Aluminum Rims and new BFG All Terrain Tires. This Suburban is so much fun to drive and has tons of power (2x what it had originally). Drives amazing!!!
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