The Suburban has a rich history and is in fact the longest, continuously used nameplate still in production today. The Suburban can be defined as a station wagon based on a pickup truck chassis. As Chevy has changed its pickup trucks, so too has the Suburban changed. It has spanned eleven generations of trucks. This 1966 Suburban is part of the fifth generation started in 1960. The ‘60 through ‘66 Suburban was available with either a 6 cylinder or V-8 engine. The Suburban was large enough to have 2 rows of seating, and cargo space in the rear. For rear access, Chevy offered the choice of a tailgate opening or panel style doors. While the Suburban has changed in different ways over the years and has also been produced in other GM product lines, its fundamental concept has not changed.
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