Meet the newest edition to our fleet...have already started calling Rick "MR SUB"...after the fact that now we own TWO suburbans in our Pear-A-Dice home fleet...this one is a 1988 4x4 and is a retired ambulance vehicle. Barely used.
Awesome clean unit...low miles and a plain Janer...this one is clean of lots of chrome so will be more likely driven in winter...
If'n we wanna repaint her...easy peasy compared to the 1980 Suburban! Even as a plain one, she still has air conditioning and a back end heater, towing package, etc.
This was the original unit that Rick wanted to purchase a year or so ago before we bought the 1980 loaded Suburban...but this unit, she went to someone else...and had a ton of work done to her...and we paid exactly what he wanted to pay for her before things like new exhaust, seals etc. were done. Bully!
Don't like that the people jacked her up and put on stupid tires/rims...but I am sure Rick will outfit her to suit us with things like hood deflector, license plate lights, back LED strip so we can be seen better with more lighting. He will probably install better fender protection and I am a real advocate for running boards to cut down on road spray and help get my fat butt into the vehicle...heave her on UP! Not sure how I feel about this unit having been jacked up and the windows tinted, but if we can get some miles outta it and I adapt and accept this arrangement, I guess I'll be OK. Jest not our style and we would have preferred to see her left original.
She's a more industrial type truck and I can't say I don't like that aspect...down and dirty, get us from point A to B in security 'specially when it gets nasty out!
Yeh, Emmy...another DOG BUS, eh!
Lacy inviting Em to play...
What colour should we play with first?? The blue or the red tuggy???
OK, RED Rover it is!
OK...switchin' to the BLUE!
Yeh, every day is a colourful adventure with them doggles...
Doggone & Chicken UP!
Tara Lee Higgins
Higgins Rat Ranch Conservation Farm, Alberta, Canada