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1966 Suburban #1297892
Thu Feb 07 2019 04:08 AM
Thu Feb 07 2019 04:08 AM
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Doug 57  Offline OP
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Booger Hollow (near Clayton, G...
I bought this 1966 Suburban for $600.00 back in September 2017. It was sitting in the woods near Dothan, Alabama for about 30 years, and it still has the original 292 and SM420 transmission. I had the 292 running within a month. grin

I've been gradually getting the parts needed to fix "Bilko" up.

https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.ne...3bd48bed8634e92da2027f0c&oe=5CF352D9

https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.ne...ac565ff5234a8da96283f87a&oe=5CB964D0

Re: 1966 Suburban [Re: Doug 57] #1297902
Thu Feb 07 2019 11:20 AM
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Hambone  Offline
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Nice looking. Great save.


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Re: 1966 Suburban [Re: Doug 57] #1298257
Sat Feb 09 2019 10:37 PM
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More info and pics please!


1951 Chevy Panel Truck
Re: 1966 Suburban [Re: Doug 57] #1298295
Sun Feb 10 2019 04:02 AM
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Doug 57  Offline OP
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Booger Hollow (near Clayton, G...
This Suburban is olive drab under the existing paint, and since it was found in Dothan, Alabama, it probably was used at Fort Rucker. It was built in Baltimore, and has a government contract number on the VIN plate. It only has 64,704 miles on it.

Here is a short video made the day after it first ran. At the time, I thought it was sitting for about 20 years, but I later determined that it was more like 30. There were a few coins found inside that dated before 1983, and there was a Coca-Cola bottle cap from the early to mid 1980's. The oil filter also appeared to be from the same time period. The bumper sticker on the front bumper is from WOOF, a radio station in Dothan, Alabama.

https://www.facebook.com/doug.ducor/videos/1736934779697407/

Re: 1966 Suburban [Re: Doug 57] #1298318
Sun Feb 10 2019 02:00 PM
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sstock  Online
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Gig Harbor, WA
That 292 purrs like a kitten, 292/sm420 is a really stout combination


1953 Chevrolet 3100

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