Used 1990 GMC 2500 for sale in Kenosha, Wisconsin
Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee presents this 1990 GMC Suburban 2500. The Suburban nameplate has been the longest continuously used model name in American automotive history. Starting all the way back in 1935 when Chevrolet developed the idea of an all-steel bodied carryall station wagon built on a truck platform. In 1937 GMC added the Suburban to their lineup and the two have coexisted for over 80 years. GMC has always had a focus on building trucks. Over the years trucks have become more comfortable, more drivable, and more common in the driveways across the country, but GMC has never forgotten their roots in building a hard-working machine capable of getting any job done. Rugged and handsome, yet full of comfort and style. The truck shows well in the two-tone navy blue & gray paint. Inside the truck you will find a plethora of appointments and creature comforts like the gray velour pillow top captains chair front seats, behind those are two more rows of seats. Built into the front seat are oak trays with cup holders. The truck features heat and air conditioning, tinted power windows, cruise control, tilt steering wheel, AM/FM radio and a CB radio! The Suburban is powered by a 454 cubic inch motor paired to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The truck was built on a 3/4 ton chassis and comes equipped with a tow package. An aftermarket tachometer and bumper guards were also added. The truck also comes with mud flaps and running boards. Standing tall on Cooper Discoverer H/T LT235/85 R16 tires and GMC flat style wheel covers. Take the open road in comfort and bring the whole family in the 1990 GMC Suburban!
Reference ID: GC-56811