Do you like doors? Like, really like doors. Then we’ve got a treat for you, a real symphony of doors and windows and door knobs and rows of seats that’ll take months to vacuum all of the kids detritus out of the interior. Which would you prefer — a 1968 Oldsmobile Toronado offered for $12,500 […]
The Suburban name was first used by Chevrolet on a big people carrier way back in 1935, but the GMT400 version that was introduced in 1992 set up the current paradigm of the urban assault vehicle. It combined a nicely riding truck chassis with luxury amenities on the inside and an exterior that looked appropriately […]
If anybody ever says to you “my Suburban is a real gas guzzler”, I suggest you buy this car so that you can respond “no…MY Suburban is a real gas guzzler!” This next car isn’t the Suburban you typically think of..this is a ’51 Plymouth Suburban, but the original engine is holding a boat in […]
This next car falls into the category of a slow classic. This isn’t going to be fast or remotely sporty to drive — it has a straight-six and a 3-speed with shifter on the tree. Expect to reach your destination at a leisurely pace and you’ll get smiles and waves from strangers. For the asking […]
The Chevrolet Suburban is this giant monstrosity of a vehicle that combines the awesome power of low octane Walmart gasoline with several tons of steel and turns ordinary housewives into combat ready road warriors. The suburban assault vehicles that dot the American cityscape can thank the Suburban for being the first huge monster to drive […]
In the Venn diagram that shows an overlapping circles of 4X4s, exposed hood scoops, and El Caminos…there is a little spot in the middle known as a hillbilly bonanza. It is that magic combination of big tires and big promises that can only be inspired by moonshine distilled in a swamp. It is magical. Find this 1959 Chevrolet El Camino offered for $8001 (reserve-not-met) located in Bohemia, NY via ebay.
The appeal of a vintage truck is never underestimated, but then your rational side kicks in and you realize you don’t have anywhere to put the kids or secure your cargo. That’s when you remember that you could also get the truck with a large cover in a configuration known as the Suburban. It combined all off the rugged hauling junk aspects of a truck with the ability to carry additional people without worrying that they will fly out if you hit a speed bump at speed…and with an LS1 V8 under the hood, you’ll be able to hit some significant speeds with this next thing. Find this 1964 Chevrolet C-10 Suburban bidding for $13,100 in Morganville, NJ via ebay with 3 days to go.
This next car comes from tipper SecondMouse who writes: Is it for sale, or it’s not for sale and you had some time to kill, or what? Here is an interesting 1969 c20 Suburban listed on Craigslist with an equally interesting approach to selling it. The seller says it’s not for sale because people will […]
The Chevrolet Suburban is this giant monstrosity of a vehicle that combines the awesome power of gasoline with several tons of steel and turns ordinary housewives into combat ready road warriors, but today’s Suburban is a serious freakshow before you get to the drivers. Find this 1988 Chevrolet Suburban custom offered for $5,250 in Humble, TX […]
Find this 1971 Chevrolet Suburban Custom here on eBay bidding for $3,900 with 2 days to go, located in Corvallis, OR. From eBay listing: This is an AMAZING and retro looking Suburban everyone can enjoy! Thousands of dollars and many hours of work were spent on this custom driver. It turns heads and is fun […]