1942 Chevrolet Suburban Project


This rare Suburban was purchased as a solid running & driving truck, but was too slow for the buyer.  He decided to build a no-expense-spared rest-o-rod.  After buying most of the new parts and 2 ½ years in the paint shop getting the beautiful 2016 Chevrolet Suburban Crystal Red Tintcoat color applied, the owner had lost his enthusiasm for the project.  Fully finished body is sitting on the original rolling chassis but we have a new powder coated custom rolling chassis with a 387 HP Chevy 350, 700R automatic transmission, suspension, power disc brakes, A/C, March Serpentine, headers, and 9” Ford rear all assembled and ready for body assembly and installation. 

Additional new parts included, but not limited to, gas tank, hardwood floor & s/s strips, Painless wiring, windshield and side glass, aluminum dash with A/C vents & new gauges, Flaming River steering column & wheel, custom radiator, 4” setback firewall installed and painted, and LED tail lights.  Original door panels included but  no interior seating is available.  Disassembly documented on thumb drive. Truck has a South Carolina title.  $75,000 investment in 2015 prices can be documented. Located in Greenville, South Carolina.

Sacrifice for $42,800.   Tom Mack 803-351-3695



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