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  Owned by Wayne Burnett
"Wayne 63"
Bolter # 16769
Utah
01 January 2009
# 2503

From Wayne :

This 1968 Chevy Suburban I bought to replace my 1972 dually. This truck has a factory 327 / 4 speed / 4 x 4. I picked it up for $800. While it was on the trailer, I changed the oil, swapped the intake manifold, alternator, voltage regulator, carb, distributor.

I wasn't happy with the '72. My buddy owned the Suburban but he really didn't want it. So I bought it from him.

The carb was bad and the cost wasn't within my cost. That is why I put the 4 barrel intake and carb on. I had it left over after I sold my '72. I just tried out the four wheel drive. It works great!

Since then, I've done the BRAKES, front hubs, exhaust. The floor boards are solid. There is very little rust.

Pictures: interior ~ engine ~ passenger side view

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