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Old 09-19-2016, 11:06 PM   #1
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New Member here from Oregon. Not new to 67-72 pickups and Suburbans but new to having my own. Ended up with two. 72 Suburban I rescued from the wrecking yard I work at. I wouldn't have had a problem with it getting parted out as long as its done right and saving other vehicles but the yard I work at is modern cars and they don't really understand the value and it would have gone to waste and been prematurely crushed. I wanted the Burb saved or totally parted out at a place that gets classic cars.
My second is a 72 Chevy LWB I just traded for a 2003 Silverado Short Wide I have had for 7 years or so. Its a Big block Camper special truck, now fitted with a small block. Granny 4 speed. Good truck so far. Decided I am going to keep the Burb after all and get that project moving along while I save some money for my 66 Plymouth Belvedere sedan (post) 5.7 Hemi and TR6060 conversion. Pics to follow soon.
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[FONT="Comic Sans MS"]1972 GMC Suburban 3/4 ton 2WD SBC Junkyard rescue. sold
1966 Plymouth Bevedere sedan. Installing 5.7 Hemi and TR6060 six speed.
1972 Chevy LWB traded for a Banshee quad
1975 LWB C10 cut down to short bed, traded Banshee for it.
2003 Silverado Short Wide V8 (traded for 1972 chevy 9/2016)
A few 60's/70's minibikes and Go Karts in the mix
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