eBay This survivor spent its early life as a work truck for Atomic Energy of Canada then a father-son team put a rebuilt small block 350 motor, new brakes and shocks in it before life got in the way and the Suburban got parked in a cow barn for years, and that's where I found it. The original Big Block engine has been lost along the way. I installed new Goodyear Duratrac tires, Edelbrock intake manifold, Edelbrock 4 bbl carb and billet aluminum HEI ignition and numerous little things to get it where I could drive this old girl every day. It always starts, even in the cold of a Canadian winter and with the dual heaters, it stays warm, too. It has a 6 lift and when in 4wd with the hubs locked, it has a lot of traction and is a blast in deep snow. It has a 12v air compressor and tank on board that is automated and keeps pressure whenever the engine is running. The air compressor has a quick connector and long hose for inflating tires and it also powers the air horns (which are very loud and awesome). It has not been exposed to much salt so it's more solid than most vehicles this old in the rust belt but it will need some panels replaced. I priced out the panels needed to get it rust free at here and it would take about $1100.00 and some welding. It has 4.10 gears, a 14 bolt rear diff and Dana 44 front diff. It shifts through all the gears really well and this particular model of transmission has an ultra low, non-synchro granny gear for pulling stumps or getting up a steep hill. I installed a quiet dual exhaust on it so it doesn't drone on the highway. The 67-72 Chevy/GMC trucks have been going up a lot in value recently and this is one of the more unusual and rare models. I live an hour north of Pembina, North Dakota and can meet the successful buyer there. I did a walkaround video, see it here: here

“Fairly straight except for rust holes around rear wheels and rocker panels. There is also some rust on the floor and surface rust starting on several other panels. When I bought it there were some spots where the previous owners had brushed on box liner to stop rust from getting worse. I sanded the box liner off and sprayed with yellow that matched the original paint. The only place where I think there was an old repair to the bodywork is on the drivers side rear quarter panel. No doubt it will take effort to restore this old truck but it is running and driving so some fun can be had along the way.”
Year: 1971 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): ke20k-fa19748
Mileage: 118,000 Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: GMC Transmission: Manual
Model: Suburban Body Type: SUV
Trim: K20 Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Engine: 5.7 Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: 4WD Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Fuel Type: Gasoline Sub Model: 920
For Sale By: Private Seller Exterior Color: Yellow
Drive Side: Left-hand drive Interior Color: Black