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Congrats now all you have to do is pay for it.

Sorry couldn’t resist.

Just how much did it set you back?

You will have to keep us informed of any problems, hopefully you won’t have any for a long time.

I was just under my 94 Burb and noticed it’s time for new shocks to go along with the y pipe and catalytic converter.

Again congrats on the new Burb, now keep it between the ditches and you should be alright.
 

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Thanks Guys

Got $17000.00 for my 2003 Trailblazer North Face, Burb was $38000.00 so I financed $21 @ 0% 6 years and It was a purchace not a lease. Now time to dress her up! Burb is Black on Black stock LT wheels (no likey) but not going to overpay for GM wheels. Pic's on the way!:rules:
 

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If you had to keep a black Surburban clean you may not feel the same way.
I'll never buy another black vehicle, to much washing to keep it nice looking.

terry0341:
Congratz on the new truck.
That I have to agree with, black is the hardest color to keep clean.

Not to mention don't touch after it's been in the sun to long.

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Nice deal on the new one though.
 

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I had a black 86 Grand prix, black 1990 S10, 1995 Impala SS and yes I love black but hate to wash it. (but I like looking at someone elses hard work)
 
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