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The Suburban is the longest running named vehicle on the planet
being produced for the last 88 consecutive years, this 1988 model
is a head turner for sure. Fitted with an electronic fuel injected
small block 350, four speed automatic transmission, and four wheel
drive this suburban is a go anywhere do anything type of machine.
It has a brand new transfer case installed in it and 35 inch wheels
and tires all the way around! The lower half and the roof of this
Scottsdale are rhino lined to prevent scratches and dings on any
terrain. The exterior also features a roof rack, steel cattle
guard, and 2 large light bars. The interior of this suburban is
black leather with camo seat covers currently installed and are
easy to remove. It also has functioning heating and A/C. In today's
market it seems next to impossible to find a running driving
vehicle around $10,000 let alone one with A/C and the capabilities
of surviving the next apocalypse! This suburban won't be around for
long so make sure you stop by and get it before it's gone!
Financing is easy and trades are welcome so call or click before
another enthusiast finds it!
1988 Chevrolet Suburban
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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