I have an '88 Suburban. It's a K20 Scottsdale model. Appears to have been some type of utility/fleet vehicle. Has white paint, a basic blue interior, no power windows etc. Second row seating is split bench. Carpet on the back of the second row seats. Rear floor has some type of blue rubber mat. The interior side walls in the rear are just painted metal, no trim panels like I have seen in pictures of other burbs. It does not have visible mounts for a third row of seats. (I am assuming here that some did have a third row.) I was wondering where did your feet go if you were sitting in the third row? My family had a '98 for a long time and there was a foot well behind the second row of seats for the third row passengers. (Similar to the foot well behind the front seats in my '91 K5.) If you removed the third row and folded the second row to get the maximum cargo space , there where these panels that slid over the gap for the foot well. In my '88 the back of the second row seat has a piano hinge all the way across, no foot well. Is this body actually different than models that had a third row? If not, how did that work?