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Joe Fox has lots of GM parts for sale. 
Click here to see his website.

Click here to see his 1955 Suburban on this site's gallery section.

 

 
Parts for Sale:


1965 GMC Carryall complete 4x4 gear. 
V6, 4spd, axles, transfer case, driveshafts, aux. fuel tanks, seats, sliding windows, nice Arizona parts.
 Dave Armstrong
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1958 CHEVY Panel Delivery 1/2 ton - $1,350 OBO
  •  All original
  •  Not Running - has 6 banger still
  •  Short Wheel Base
  •  Needs Complete Resto or use for parts
  •  All there except tranny and drive shafts
  •  Hard to find
Contact for info:

Bill Z.
530-272-6769
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1968 Chevy Suburban
305 engine, 350 transmission, power steering. Needs brakes. I drive this truck daily 40 miles to work. Hasn't let me down yet. We drove her 500 miles this summer to the coast. 
Asking $2,800.00 or best offer.

Red Bluff, CA

530-529-9844

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The interior picture was partially eaten in the email... sorry. ~The WebMaster

Wanted:
I am interested in purchasing a 1941-46 Carryall, prefer a driver but will consider a restored vehicle or a project.

~Scott Compton

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Wanted:

Two back seats for my '46 Suburban. Also need a front steel floorpan.

~Rick Hvolbeck 

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For Sale:
1958 Suburban NAPCO 4x4 project. (Three vehicle package deal)

$6500

    I was going to take the complete NAPCO running gear out of one truck and the original V-8 out of another and slip them both into this 1958 Carryall.  I barely got started. All three vehicles are still intact and restorable. Located in Columbia, Missouri.

~ Donald Scott

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Jeff Britt (former VP of the National Chevy/GMC Truck Assn.)

    Has a 66 Suburban in his yard that is up for sale. Located 100 miles from 
Atlanta, in Saute, Georgia. Truck shows 80K miles, 305e V6, 2 speed automatic, P/S, P/B, A/C unit removed but brackets still on engine. 6 passenger seating, 
4 sliding windows. Glass in good shape. Complete truck, ready for restoration. Rust in front clip (normal for these trucks). 

$1,200 or offer

Contact:

Jeff Britt
(706) 878-1560


 
1946 Suburban Carryall

Clam shell style rear doors.  Very rusty floor pans,  lower doors, and A-pillar. Complete except for the front bumper and 2nd and 3rd seats. 
~Steve

$600 or best offer

Inquire by e-mail


 
 
1963 GMC Panel truck for sale

Call Bruce Hockensmith for more information:

Phone number (561)546-3205.  Or Email his friend, Charlie.

The truck is located in Hobe Sound, FL

Frank Kelch is selling this trophy winning 1970 panel for $14,500.

Click here to see his gallery page for more photos.

Click here to send Frank an email for inquiries on this sale.

1969 Chevy Suburban

402/400 auto, tilt, cruise, pwr steering,  brakes. Original paint and interior. tailgate. Runs but needs work (has 2 weak cylinders may need valve job, it does not smoke) We are located between Kansas City and Topeka Ks. If more info is needed please e-mail me.
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Paul Potter is selling his beautiful 1965 GMC 4x4 Suburban.
Please take a look at his gallery page by clicking the picture.

Inquire by E-mail

1960 suburban

Itís a one owner, 81,000-mile vehicle. The engine is a 305 v6, 3-speed transmission. The owner ordered a 3/4-ton, frame heavy-duty type. This vehicle was driven in Parades, etc. It had been in storage since 1977 when I obtained it. The paint is robin egg blue, with tan interior. Everything is in pretty good shape. Sheís untouched and all original. I have the documentation for this vehicle. Taking offers, reduction of car collection. Thatís right! Itís for sale! 

Linda Jones

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WANTED:


Parts for 54 GMC panel truck. 
Pair of rear doors, rear door sill and lower left rear corner of cargo box.
Fred Held
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WANTED:

I'm looking for a 1948 - 1959 Chevrolet suburban. I am looking for one that is not a show case queen, one that needs my gentle touch and is for sale. I am located in Oklahoma City and driving is not a problem.

Russell Tidaback
405-376-2574
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