213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Capable, vintage, premium, rare, and versatile are all qualities that instantly attract you to this 1986 Chevrolet C20 Suburban Dually. And as you dig deeper, you all of these just keep getting better. So take some real time to appreciate this low-mileage big block machine that leaves no one and nothing behind.
We're in the era where the SUV is king, so how cool is an opportunity at the father of the king? This Suburban retains many of its unmistakable vintage features like the two-tone paint, full up-market Silverado trim, shiny chrome bumpers, full-length running boards, and factory wheel covers. But while you like the classic look, it's the extra ability that you'll really love. After all, the C20 was built for extra duty, and it's a rare dual rear wheel machine. This even has all the right features for a true hauler, like wide towing mirrors, top running lights, and a proper trailer hitch with wiring plug and trailer brake.
While it was built for the long haul, the interior instantly reminds you this one has exceptionally low mileage. It remains highly original and exceptionally preserved. It's spacious inside with plenty of room to spread out over both rows. Everyone stays comfortable in this premium Silverado with features like power windows, power locks, the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and provisions for R134a air conditioning (will need servicing.) And with plenty of room in the rear for cargo, you can store all the gear for the long camping trip and big tailgate events. But you don't need to be carrying everyone and everything to enjoy this Suburban. This has a driver-oriented setup with a comfortable high-back bucket seat front including folding armrest and a cup holder center console. The steering wheel is on a tilt column, and the factory gauges wrap around the driver almost like a sport car.
A dually needs a strong motor to take full advantage of its hauling power. That's why this one was born with a big 454 cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel carburetor on top. Not only do you still have that strong package today, but also it's believed to be the original motor. It fires up and runs strong like a well-respected truck should. The stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is the numbers-matching unit, and it feeds the HD 14-bolt rear end. This one was made to be a hauler, and so you have everything from a the stronger C20 chassis, to a rear end geared for good low-end power to get a trailer moving. Plus, power steering and power brakes w/discs up front are great anytime driving features.
The sale comes complete with the dealer invoice and owner's manual. This is a fleeting opportunity at a machine that's both quite rare and exceptionally capable. Don't let this Suburban Dually slip away, call today!
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