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Posted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 1:59 am 
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I'm not sure if I got the right place, but a buddy of mine referred me to this site. I have a 1991 Suburban for sale that would make a great vehicle to tow your ride in. Here are the specifics:

2WD
454cid
130k miles
Third row seating
K2500
Front and rear AC
Tint
Cruise control
Power mirrors, windows, doorlocks
K&N Filter
New front rotors
New radiator
Tranny rebuilt (by the previous owner at around 90k, I think)
Tow package with trailor brakes
BFG tires with ~80%
AM/FM cassette

It's been a great truck for my wife and I, but we just don't tow anymore (we only really used it when we flat-towed her Jeep from California to Colorado). As such, we rarely drive it and have decided it's time to have one less vehicle.

In the interests of full disclosure, here is every problem I know that the vehicle has: both rear seatbelts for the third row are gone, the front passenger window doesn't roll down (motor seems fine; I just don't have the time to open it up right now), and the jets for the washer fluid for the windshield are a bit clogged.

Other than that, everything works and works well. The motor runs and pulls strong and will chug all day in any weather or altitude with no complaints.

We're asking $3900 OBO. All offers will be entertained (though not necessarily accepted!), so let me know if you're interested. I'm located in Colorado Springs, by the way.


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Posted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 2:42 pm 
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Location: Averill Park, NY
You should probably post where the truck is located.

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