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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by SMB, Oct 24, 2000.
Here's our '87 Chevrolet Suburban C10
Just kidding! Very nice for 13 years old!
I wish the 88 suburban I drive around in the winter looked half a nice!
I don't drive it in the summer because its all black and the AC is broken. A oven on wheels.
Looks clean! How many miles do you have on it?
Do you ever drive that thing?
Post back another picture, after you get serious about lawn care and add a few scratches and dents to that monster.
A 12" lift and 35" super swampers would make it look even better.
80's Chevy trucks rule! I've got 2 of them........
I agree about the lift kit, except that if you put 12" on it, you could EASILY fit 44's on that monster. To make 35's look good, all you'd need is 6" lift. Higher than stock is ALWAYS better.
[Edited by yardsmith on 10-25-2000 at 03:41 AM]
Now accepting donations for a lift kit, please mail checks to:
The Suburban has about 105k miles on it, but the body is in great condition, and we are almost sure that the engine has been rebuilt recently. Here's the story on our 'burb,
It was siezed in a drug raid by police and used undercover for a while, the previous owners bought it from the police, they "burnt out" the engine (those were the words they used) pulling their boat around here in the mountains, and somehow it got to Mink Pontiac Buick GMC Trucks in Galax. We bought it from Mink. It has a 350 in it, not a 454. Only complaints about it are a whine in the rear end, and IT IS A SLED IN THE SNOW! It's a 9 passenger, with all bench seats, LOTS OF ROOM, MUCH BETTER THAN A MINI-VAN! We do need a set of load helper springs for when we pull our trailer. And Lawncruiser, we do use it, it really doesn't get washed that often.
[Edited by SMB on 10-25-2000 at 05:38 PM]