Chris Freeman's

1969 Chevy Suburban 4 x 4

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01 March 2005

From Chris: 

      Hello. I like your site a lot so I'd like to submit a photo of my '69 Chevy Suburban.

      It used to be a search and rescue rig for Rangers in Snohomish, Washington.

      Presently everything mechanically is new or rebuilt -- NV4500 5 speed tranny, stout 350, 38" radial Super Swampers, 8" Skyjacker spring lift, one ton rear end and power steering. I've still got some things to work on - putting in disc brakes and painting it hugger orange with a white top.

      I won't have any more pictures for a few months since I'm working on the other side of the country at the moment on a film. I bought that truck because I film racecars a lot and the Suburban can hold a lot of camera equipment -- and people. You can pull a house off its foundation with that thing! So towing is never an issue.

      It's good in the mountains where it doesn't get stuck. Although making a U-turn can be a real challange at times in tight trails. Sometimes I sleep in it when travelling. It has plenty of room sleeping for me and my dog.

      It's a good daily driver.

      Keep up the good work with your site.

Chris Freeman
Seattle, WA

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