Pics added. I have a friend that is looking for a truck, preferrably GM, and he seems to be drawn to suburbans (I am too ). I found an 89, 90, or 91 suburban 1500 4x4 (didn't have time to ask for the correct year, but the front clip is from those years). The owner told me that he bought it to put the tbi setup, bucket seats, and some other odds and ends into his truck but he would sell it right now, as is, for $500. It looked like it has 300,000 plus miles from the quick look at the dash that I had, but the owner said that the engine and tranny have been rebuilt / replaced, he just doesn't know how long ago (I'm guessing it's a 350, 700r4 combo). The truck is disabled with a busted front auto locking hub and a blown rear ring and pinion. The drive shafts can move, but the truck can't . The body and frame looked to be rust free, but there is some damage to the front passenger side quarter panel that throws off the aim of the headlights (no biggie). The interior as I saw it looked to be in fair condition, but some of the glass was cracked. My friend is looking for a project truck to turn into a DD / trail rig, so the stock axles will probably be tossed for some 3/4 tons. I was wondering if you guys think that it would be worth a shot, or should I not even mention it to him? I'll try to get some pics if my friend is interested in going with me to take a look. Any help is greatly appreciated from the both of us.