READ ALL THIS BEFORE YOU EMAIL PLEASE. Let me start off by saying that, at this time, I have no intention of parting out this truck. I want to sell it whole and hopefully someone, with time, can fix this into a cheap towing machine. If I do not sell it whole I will part it out, but at a much later date and at that time I will advertise here on the forums, but for now PLEASE DON'T MAKE REQUESTS FOR PARTS OFF IT.. My real hope and WHAT I PREFER is that someone will buy this to use the parts on their own older Burb that they want to upgrade and still have some very sellable parts left over to sell. If your fixing any older Burb or Blazer K5 you won't believe all the neat upgrades you'll be able to install from this. Read carefully before you CALL. I'm not posting 10 -20 pictures of it here and you need more than backyard skills if your tackling it for resto. IF YOU REPLY HERE ON the FORUMS it will only bump the posting to the top, Email notifications from here fall into my SPAM mail and I don't see them. SO, email me direct at email@example.com or call. thank you, DAVE It's a 1989 Suburban 4x4 ,2500 (3/4 ton), Silverado,(old body style), and it has 144,00 miles on it. It is fully loaded with all power and luxury options and even has rear A/C. Skid plates, big gas tank,privacy glass,rear defogger, etc. EVERYTHING, including the 4WD, works accept the A/C, which is of course discharged through the hole in the condenser. Nothing behind the radiator on front of the engine is hurt. It took a center hit in the front at only 20 MPH Then bumped another tree on the rear passenger door. There is one other small bump ,up high, on the rear corner of driver side. Windshield is not broken. It has the nice step style bumper. I looked at this truck good , beyond the wreck damage, and there is rot in places like the right front rocker (pic)and the rear body supports(pic) that you can see in the front part of the rear wheel wells. It's the kind of things that most people don't even look at, but I know what to look at, and I do,and I tell you about it .. It is real common for the Burbs & Blazers to rot here first. The rotted areas have no affect on the use of the truck, and I know ways of patching the mounts to make them last a lot longer, but I'm trying to say that this was not a perfect burb to start with ,even though the gal just paid over $5K for it. If you thought of making a perfect Burb then it's also going to take some metal work underneath. The floors are good.there are rust bubbles starting on the rear lower quarters.(pic) There are a few bubbles in the paint on the rear tailgate(pic). The whole truck appears to have been repainted a midnight blue pearl less than 3 years ago. It appears that the frame damage was limited to MAINLY the frame horns , that's the two frame extensions that are in front of the front crossmember and have no affect on the suspension or steering. Currently it is swayed to the left about 4 inches and back appx 3 inches. . It WILL need a visit to the frame shop for a left side tug. side, but I don't see any kinks in the frame other than the frame horns.. The Right fender is still good if it springs back . Left fender is scrap and got back into the front edge of the door, mainly from trying to open the door, which does open fine now.(pic). As you can see the core support is in need of replacement, but all the lights & such bolted to it are still OK . This is the first year for the nice looking horizontal headlight arrangement that is so desirable on this body style. DRIVETRAIN=If you know anything about the fuel injected 350 TBI engines, like this has, than you already know these things will go 250K will normal maintenance. The engine starts & runs great with no noises, and does not even puff smoke when starting.It is very resposive also. The trans is the indestructible Turbo 400 and of course it shifts good, It has the 14 bolt out back with 3.73 posi. The radiator is fine. It has a nice ,splitter type, exhaust system that retains the cat and exits out the rear now with a pair of the big ol Texas tips:-). In it's present condition it still drives down the road fine and made the 8 mile drive to my house just fine. The 285-16 tires on it are in great shape and I shouldn't have to remind you what those new 8 lug mags cost, so before you think I want too much for this wreck. Price them out, and the list of options that's on this Burb.. INTERIOR= Nice factory Blue cloth interior with the good looking 'pinstriped' cloth material. It has the front bench seat instead of buckets. All the nice-looking wood-grained plastic is in great shape. It has the factory DIN style AM/FM cassette, trip odometer, windshield visors with mirrors & light and the little extenders on the end. Dash pad has normal cracks, but not real bad. Door panels are nice, Carpet still good. Like I said earlier I prefer it be bought so YOU can part it out. you won't make your K5 into a 3/4 ton any cheaper than this and fuel injected too! I have plenty of digital pics I can send and even of the other problems I mentioned. I don't try to hide anything, but don't waste both of our time If your not serious about this and actually buying it. I have a trailer and a towing vehicle big enough to haul this monster so delivery within several hundred miles is a possibility for reasonable rate AFTER payment , or I will help meet someone that you line up. The price of $1600 includes the parts listed below. Trades are OK, but please be as descriptive as me and be ready with lots of good pics. After returning from the frame shop you could have the front end back on this and ready to tow-N-go in one weekend then slowly repair the body work itself as you drive/use it. * I have a good core support for it with condenser already in it. * I have a decent used front bumper with brackets needed. A #5 or 6 on the 1-10 scale. * I have a straight hood that just needs the clear paint stripped off. The sun already did most of it. I buy nostalgia hot rod & musclecar parts and buy/sell 73-87 Chevy trucks as a hobby. Located in southern, N.J. in Pennsville. Easy access from turnpike exit #1. located 5 minutes from Delaware Memorial Bridge and 30 minutes south of Philadelphia airport. Call 856-678-7883 before 9 PM EST. or email . firstname.lastname@example.org . and be specific in 'subject' box please.