1966 Chevrolet SuburbanReview
Hot Rod Suburban — With a 454 from an newer SS this one really moves. The steering and breaking does not quite work as well... The sheet metal is good and straight. Fresh, upholstered seats. Great patine inside. Flat Black paint. Lowered a lot... This car i a fun ride and turns heads everywhere.
Pros: Cool and Strong
Cons: handling and paint finish
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