Launched in 1935, the Suburban is one of Chevy's best-loved name tags, and is still in production today. It has always been based on a truck chassis, but as I he owner of this vehicle wanted something different, he decided to use the front and rear axles off a 1980 GMC Jimmy, for four-wheel drive. Up front a powerful small-block Chevy provides all the power needed for either off-roading or towing, though it's something of a road performer too, with a sub-11 second time to 60mph (96km/h). To adjust the height, a set of Airlift shocks are used at each corner, but I he biggest changes are inside, with a full custom interior, supportive buckets eats, digital gauges mounted inside the original housings, plus air-conditioning and a powerful sound system. It all adds up to a vehicle which can accomplish virtually everything a late-model Suburban can, but in the style of a classic body.
Chevrolet Suburban (1966) Specifications
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