The Chevrolet Suburban was one of those vehicles that probably should have been created years before. You got the best of the station wagon with the advantages of the fullsize pickup. A lot of people owned trucks but also had families. So what were they suppose to do when the family car broke down? It was really hard to pack all the kids into a truck. Chevrolet realized this and designed the Suburban to fit just that need. It was built on a fullsize truck frame and was also available in four wheel drive as well as two wheel drive. You got four doors as well as room in the back that you could haul whatever you needed. It was nice to be able to take the kids but not give up that truck feeling. It was also built on a truck frame so towing was also an option. The Chevrolet Suburban was a truck of many faces. Now even though the Chevrolet Suburban had a lot of things going for it, one thing it lacked was a decent radio. So picture yourself towing your boat to a lake or take the kids out for dinner and you really want to hear some good music but you turn on the stock radio and all you get is nasty, nasty sound. It was just horrible. But what do you do now that you own a classic Suburban but want some good tunes? You get yourself to Vintage Car Radio and checkout all their amazing radios built specifically for your Suburban. They carry only the best from the best in the business like Antique Automobile Radio, Custom Autosound, Ken Harrison, Out of Sight Audio, RediRad and Stereo Conversion. All of these radios bolt in with minimal hassle which gets you out on the road instead of the garage.