The Chevrolet Suburban filled a niche in the market. The station wagon was a cool idea for the family hauler. You could fit six or seven (this was the days before seatbelts) and maybe the family dog but sometimes you need something bigger. So Chevrolet came up with the Suburban. It was based on the existing full-size truck frame so you got a lot stronger bottom to deal with the rigors of towing. You got bigger axles (and four wheel drive!) so you could tow in bad weather also. No station wagon could match the Suburban for sheer size and strength. Not to mention you could haul engines, axles and the like in the rear. No station wagon could do that without flatting the rear springs. The Suburban could be found towing motor homes and trailers of every kind. It was the ultimate family towing vehicle. Heck you could even camp inside it and many a family or race team did. You also go the burly small block and eventually big block under the hood. Later the Suburban came in three quarter ton size to match its little brother the half ton. You couldn't go wrong with the size and ability of the Chevrolet Suburban.
As good as your classic ride looks, the sound system was lacking. Bad speakers and bad radios just ruined a classic ride. Sure in some of your rides you can listen to the hum or cackle of your engine but not everyone has a built up motor. Well guess what, the great people at Antique Automobile Radio have all the bases covered. They have the top of the line radio and speakers that will make your car sound so sweet. Modern technology wrapped up in a factory appearing package. No one will even know you don't have the stock radio installed! Even better is the installation. Easy to follow instructions and no cutting of your dash. Seriously, if you've ever installed a