Discussion in '1936-Present Suburban' started by CK5, Sep 3, 2002.
Anyone know where I can get a 1996 Suburban 2500 with 454 (7.4) in decent shape for around 11,000.?
The "in decent shape" will be the hard thing to find. When I bought my '94 Sub about 4 years ago, every 454 powered Sub that I found had a lot of miles on them and had spent many of those miles pulling big horse trailers. Seems that not too many people buy a new 454-powered rig just to cruise around town with. /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
I'll keep an eye out down this way for ya. You can also do a search on www.gazette.com for the Colorado Springs newspaper and at www.thenickel.com for the Thrifty Nickle. They usually have quite a few Subs listed.
Hahaaaa. I just bought a 95 with a 350 and wholesale it was 13,000. Your best bet on something like that is going to be Government auction or police auction, the other posibility is your going to have to watch your paper but occasionally the'll put up one with little to no options for cheap as a teaser. But after talking with Chevy they said fat chance finding a new sub in such a price range and condition. Too high resale value and too highly wanted. Sorry.
www.autotrader.com That's where I found my burb.
Yeah, that's what I found out as well, so thought I would ask, I just might look for a 96 1-ton dually, they go for a lot less believe it or not.
hey when ya find one buy it for me...
he he. i am in the market for a dually as well. i have looked at about 15 of them in the past few months.
best i have done is a ok miled 97 FULLY loaded well taken care of for 12k.
Here is an older rig I found, but it is a little more than you was looking to spend. I think it is located in Denver.
1993 Burb 4x4 with New 454 at 100,000 mile w/114,000 total miles, K&N Generation 2 intake, 3" flowmaster single exhaust, MSN ignition, 6" Pro Comp suspension lift, 3" body, 12 Pro Comp shocks, Pioneer cd player, wired for amp, subs, infinity speakers, power everything, custom hitch. Asking $15,000. Call (303) 882-0589 or email email@example.com for more details.
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