This 1989 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Suburban came to us from the State of
Washington. We love getting our trucks and SUV's from the Pacific
Northwest because they are always clean and most of the time they
have original paint. This vehicle meets all of those check marks
except that it does have an older repaint and also has the bonus of
being a 3/4 ton which is much harder to find.
This truck has been cared for and has some nice recent work done to it which we have a lot of receipts for. This includes brake job on the front and rear, new tie rods, new steering gear box, new brake booster, and new ball joints all done in the the last 5-7 years. This truck came with and still has the 5.7L V8 Engine, Turbo 400 HD Transmission, and the NP241 Transfer Case. The engine and transmission have been rebuilt and the engine runs strong and transmission shifts smooth. No surprises with this drivetrain as you can get in and drive.
Cosmetically the paint is very nice with no rust and the interior is clean. There is a little patina on the roof The Suburban recently had a new headliner put in as the original was starting to sag. This Suburban is a great driving truck and all lights, blinkers, wipers, heat etc are working. This also has front and rear AC which is a nice option.
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