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1991 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN PHOTO GALLERY

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10 Exterior Paint Colors:

Mojave Beige Midnight Blue Metallic Sunset Gold Metallic Quicksilver Metallic Summit White
Onyx Black Smoke Blue Metallic Slate Metallic Fire Red Brilliant Blue Metallic

4 Interior Colors:

Blue Garnet Saddle Gray

 

1991 Chevrolet Suburban Sales Brochure

This 6 page brochure includes a standard equipment list, appearance and convenience options, trailering special package contents and requirements, performance / heavy duty equipment options, engine lineup, gas and diesel specifications, exterior and interior trim options, seat availability and exterior color specifications.

         

 

Some great examples of 1991 Chevrolet Suburbans:

1991 Chevrolet Suburban 2 Wheel Drive

Trim: Silverado
Exterior Color: Fire Red / Quicksilver Metallic, Interior Color: Garnet Red
Engine: 5.7 350
Drivetrain: RWD, Automatic
Mileage: 58,812 miles
VIN: 1GNER16k8MF149101
Date: Nov 26, 2015

This 1991 Chevrolet Suburban was found on Hemmings for sale on November 26 2015 out of Raleigh North Carolina. To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at our Winter Raleigh Classic Event December 4th-5th 2015 - This vehicle is truly in like new condition in every respect. It has only 58,812 actual miles and rides drives and handles as great as it looks. Options include all popular items of the day including twin comfort front seating with center console, front and rear air conditioning and heat, power windows, power locks, cruise control, tilt steering wheel, AM/FM stereo system with factory integrated auto reverse cassette, third row seating, rally wheels, power rear window with electric defroster and factory towing package. Purchase includes a clean Carfax which authenticate correct miles. This beauty has always been well maintained and the next owner will be very satisfied. VIN 1GNER16K8MF149101

           

 

 

1991 Chevrolet Suburban 2 Wheel Drive

Trim: Silverado
Exterior Color: Fire Red / Quicksilver Metallic, Interior Color: Garnet Red
Engine: 5.7 350
Drivetrain: RWD, Automatic
Mileage: 61,000 miles
VIN: 1GNER16k8MF149101
Date: March 25, 2016 Ebay $11,999

1991 SUPER SUPER CLEAN SUBURBAN SILVERADO FULLY LOADED, INTERIOR IS LIKE SHOWROOM NEW, EXTERIOR IS SUPER CLEAN ONE REPAINT, ALL MECHANICALS ARE GREAT. WE USE THIS AS OUR DAILY DRIVER AND GROCERY RIDE, LOWERED PROFFESSIONALLY WITH A BELTECH SYSTEM. ALWAYS WELL MAINTANIED, POWER EVERYTHING. (Yes, it's the same suburban as above except it's lowered.)

 

 

1991 Chevrolet Suburban 2 Wheel Drive Silverado

Trim: Silverado
Exterior Color: Mojave Beige / Sunset Gold Metallic, Interior Color: Saddle
Engine: 5.7 350
Drivetrain: RWD, Automatic
Mileage: 96,339 miles
VIN: 1GNER16K7MF110631
Location Johnson City, Texas, United States Date: April 10, 2016 Ebay

Description: In 1991 Grandpa and Grandma went to Fredericksburg, Texas to Hein Chevrolet for a new vehicle. This one would probably be their last new one so they splurged. On the showroom floor was a new Suburban Silverado loaded with every available option. This one had the 350 V8 with the Automatic Overdrive Transmission, PS, PB, AC front, AC rear, third seat, PDL, PW, chrome mirrors, barn doors with rear window defrosters (that nobody can ever remember seeing on a Suburban in 1991), Delco premium am/fm, cassette player with graphic equalizer, velour interior, two tone paint, alloy wheels, bumper guards and rub strips, underhood removable trouble light, full size spare with cover mounted in the carpeted cargo area. The dealer took it to a local shop and installed a Class 3 hitch and brake controller and wired the vehicle so they could tow a 16 foot camper they owned. Turns out they only went camping a couple of times once they had it.

The pictures speak for themselves, this is a bone stock, unmolested vehicle that when you look at it would only guess it to be about five months old. It was always kept in a windowless garage with a concrete floor so it was dark and dry the whole time. They bought it with the intentions of taking it to Fredericksburg on Sundays to go to church. The only problem with living out on a ranch in the Texas Hill Country is that if you drive all the way into town to go to church you might as well take the ranch truck and pick up a few things while you are there. Because of this the Suburban never got driven a lot. When Grandpa and Grandma had passed and we got the Suburban, it only had a little over 78,000 miles on it. That was in January of 2014. My wife and I brought it home and I went through it over the next few months. I am an Automotive Engineer so am pretty fussy about my vehicles. This vehicle has ZERO RUST on it and the underside is AMAZING. It still has all the chalk marks on the frame. When I changed the front shocks I saved one because it looks like it was never installed on a vehicle. Break it loose with a wrench and a little oil and disassemble it by hand.

Here is a list of what was done to it to get it ready for some trips we had planned - I changed all the fluids and put a new set of Michelin tires on it and went through the brakes all the way around. Water pump, alternator, cap, rotor, wires, plugs, battery, hoses and serpentine belt, 02 sensor, Monroe Magnum shocks all the way around, new windshield, sent the factory radio down to the Delco Radio Service Center in San Antonio (one channel was out due to a blown capacitor, had all of them changed at the same time). Vacuumed the AC System down and refilled it with new oil and R12. Pulled the drive shaft and had the u-joints replaced and checked the balance of the assembly. After everything was done I installed an XM radio but hid the mount in the ash tray door so when you are not using it you can out the XM radio in the glove box and close the ash tray door so it looks bone stock inside.

Since we have had it we have been to Florida twice with it to see our daughter and in 2014. We took it for a tour through New England for a few weeks in July of 2014. We get comments on it wherever it goes. On the road at 70 we were getting just over 18 miles per gallon. It went on all of these trips without using any oil at all. I have been changing it every 3,000 miles and it stays really clean between changes. This is a VERY nice rig and it rides like a Lincoln on the road. Vehicles like this are once in a lifetime finds in this condition. It should really go to somebody who would appreciate and cherish it, like Grandpa and Grandma did for so many years.

             

 

 

1991 Chevrolet Suburban Scottsdale

Trim: Scottsdale
Exterior Color: Smoke Blue Metallic, Interior Color: Blue
Engine: 5.7 350
Drivetrain: 4WD, Automatic
Mileage: 115,610 miles
VIN: 1GNEV16K3MF141239
Location North Canton, Ohio, United States (Ebay)
Date: Oct 16, 2016

Description: It's a square body Chevy. (These are still the best looking trucks) 4WD works, no problems there. Its a '91, so the motor is fuel injected, It's a '91 so e-check no longer applies (although its always passed). The tires are sweet, lots of tread left in some nice premium tires. Barn doors. 3rd row seat. Rust and dry rot. The body is pretty rough, and rust also affects the brake lines and fuel lines. They brake lines have been partially replaced but should probably be replaced from the passenger door fwd. A few additional known issue (not a fully inclusive list, but some of the highlights.) When the exhaust cross over was fabricated they didn't provide enough clearance for the shifter linkage, so it rubs a little when shifted into the lower gears. The truck (sometimes) stalls when idling for a while after its warmed up. The oil pan (noted in report) is rusted and patched with JB Weld. The steering wheel is not centered, I got used to it a few years ago. I'm not really using the truck much, so I am not motivated to fix it up.

 

 

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