If you’re nostalgic for an older Chevrolet Suburban, here’s a pristine one you might want to check out. This is a 1987 Chevy Suburban, finished in blue with a blue interior, and it’s traveled just 27,000 miles — probably. The Suburban has a 5-digit odometer and a “not actual mileage” title, according to Carfax — but the condition seems to support the low odometer reading, as this is the nicest Suburban from this era I’ve seen in years.
On the outside, this Suburban is, like many were at the time, 2-tone — dark blue on the top and bottom, and light blue in the middle. The big surprise is that it’s also blue on the inside — a color match that was common back in the 1970s and 1980s, but rare today. That means you have a blue steering wheel, blue seats, blue carpeting, blue door panels — the works.
Beyond the colors, though, the main impressive thing about this Suburban is its incredible condition. It’s rare you see any 1980s car in this condition, especially family SUVs, as these were typically bought by families and used as such. This one has little wear on the outside, on the inside, and even under the vehicle, as the selling dealer has provided a useful shot of the undercarriage to document the absence of any significant rust.
This Suburban is offered by Sam Leman Ford in Bloomington, Indiana, where it’s listed for $28,888. That’s big money for an older Suburban, but this is one of the nicest ones around — and I suspect well-kept trucks and SUVs like this will someday have serious value to collectors.