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This 1984 Chevrolet Suburban is another clean example from the
State of Arizona. Rust Free and it sports its original paint and
interior. The paint still looks excellent for being original and
cleaned up very very nice. No rust and only light normal marks for
a 34 year old vehicle. The interior always had seat covers and
floor mats on it so it looks almost like new. The dash is in unreal
shape and overall the interior looks amazing.
Mechanically this vehicle just had the Transmission rebuilt (have receipt), had new shocks and tires put on, AC was also recently rebuilt and blows cold. Other items that were maintained by the previous owner in the last year include changing all fluids and and maintaining the steering linkage. Basically, everything was done to make this a great driving vehicle for someone that purchases.
This was ordered with some nice options like the 40 gallon Gas Tank, OD Transmission, Two Tone Paint, Cruise, and AC. We do have a lot of the receipts for the recent work and it is clear this vehicle was cared for by the last owner. Our test drive proved this to be true as this vehicle ran and drove wonderfully and also all the lights, blinkers, wipers, heat, ac, etc were working.
Complete pictures and video at www.4-wheelclassics.com.
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