|04-22-2013 06:36 AM|
67-72 Suburbans had 3 doors-----2 on the passenger side, one on the driver.
|04-20-2013 07:41 PM|
Very nice looking rig.
|04-20-2013 01:25 PM|
this guy had a 56 4 door suburban built 3 yrs ago for his family cruiser
it was on the cover of custom classic trucks back then
i met him on the 2011 hot rod power tour
hrpt ended in motown that yr, here he is at my house with truk
|04-20-2013 01:21 PM|
as a side note to this thread suburbans originally had 2 doors,
they went to 3 doors in the 60s and stayed that way for many yrs.
i don't think it was until the late 80s or early 90s that they went to current 4 door configuration
|04-20-2013 01:16 PM|
this is new build of a 57 5700 crew cab ''big bertha'' the guy did an excellent job finishing this
a build thread is located over on the 67-72chevytrucks.com forum
he made it to pull his 5th wheel camper in style
|04-20-2013 10:34 AM|
That is a very nice looking truck and looks original unlike most of the "Phantom" builds back in the eighties when they were so popular.
|04-20-2013 10:17 AM|
Here ya go
I had read about a coach company that made all sorts of renditions based on Chevy trucks, crew cabs, airport limos, etc. I thought I saved the link, but I can't find it now.
That one is a three door, here's a link;
|04-19-2013 08:15 PM|
|killeratrod||Had a 58 NAPCO it was a two door. But dam that 57 is a sweet truck either way. Thank you for the picture!!|
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|04-19-2013 03:43 PM|
|poncho62||Makes you wonder if there is a 2nd door on the other side.....Notice how short the box ix.|
|04-19-2013 01:31 PM|
|ogre||chevy and gmc never made those, but a lot of military and utility companies would buy them from custom coach fabricators for hauling crews around|
|04-19-2013 09:28 AM|
|Too Many Projects||
Possibly built for NAPCO for utility companies for remote power line work. Seems most of the 4X4 trucks of that era were called NAPCO.
Cool old truck..
|04-18-2013 08:35 PM|
|CrashFarmer2||This one appears to be a 2 door. I saw a picture once of a late 60's Chevy that looked like the same configuration as this one. It seems like the story that went with that one was that Chevy built some of those.|
|04-18-2013 08:17 PM|
They were built for the military and the railroads. no two doors tho. There was a bone yard north of Imlay City, Mi. That had several badged C&O railway.
I had a 57 Binder, same configuration. Came from USAF base in Texas.
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