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  • 1971 GMC Three-Door Suburban
  • 1971 GMC Three-Door Suburban
  • 1971 GMC Three-Door Suburban
  • 1971 GMC Three-Door Suburban
  • 1971 GMC Three-Door Suburban


1971 GMC Three-Door Suburban

Lot No. 2178

Auctioned on Friday, August 1, 2014

Sold for $ 9,625

The Chevrolet Suburban is the longest continuous use automotive nameplate in production; this moniker first appeared in 1935. The Chevrolet Suburban is commonly recognized as the first body-on-frame Sports Utility Vehicle, even though the SUV term was many years away.

This 1971 GMC Three-door Suburban has had one owner from new and has only 108,800 sympathetic miles. The Suburban is powered by a 402-cid big-block V-8 paired with a Turbo Hydra-matic automatic transmission. This GMC is reported to be in original condition, and the green exterior paired with green and tan interior still display very well. This Suburban sports power steering, radio with aftermarket door speakers, dual mirrors and a CB-band radio, plus its original Protect-O-Plate.


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