Here’s a 1999 Chevy Suburban 2500 with 45,000 miles. That alone is unusual, since most 2500-level Chevy Suburban models were built for serious use — like towing and hauling heavy loads — and most have covered hundreds of thousands of miles. But this particular Suburban 2500 doesn’t just stand out for its mileage. It’s also a dually, with four rear wheels for extra stability. This isn’t your typical Suburban.
Offered by Wyman’s Sales in rural Hillsboro, New Hampshire, this dually Suburban is described as a custom job — and it seems to tick all the boxes for people who would want this sort of thing. For instance, it uses the torque-heavy 6.5-liter turbodiesel engine, giving it extra pulling power. It has an 8-passenger interior. It’s been stored in winters, according to the seller, meaning there’s no rust. And it’s a 1-owner truck: Despite being listed at a dealer, the ad states it was "ordered to personal specs," having been owned by the seller since new.
With that said, the asking price is $26,500 — a lot for a 1999 Suburban. But this is probably the nicest 1999 Suburban left, with some excellent add-ons and desirable dually rear wheels — and then there’s the impressive condition. If you’ve been looking for an ultra-cool, slightly retro family hauler, here’s your chance to get something particularly special. Find a used Chevrolet Suburban for sale
Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.