Heavy-duty GMC Suburban 2500 1967-1972 Bumper Kits

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Aftermarket GMC Suburban 2500 1967-1972 Bumper Kits

Introduced in 1967, the GMC Suburban 2500 was the largest and most powerful SUV of its era. As the forerunner to modern SUVs, the Suburban provided superior performance, comfort, and convenience for those who wanted something bigger than a station wagon. Available as either a two- or four-door model, the Suburban 2500 was powered by either a 4.1-liter V6 engine or a 5.7-liter V8 rated at 200hp, with both featuring a four-speed manual transmission.

Inside the Suburban 2500 offered plenty of interior space. It had seating up to nine passengers and could be configured in either a three-row bench seat or bucket seats. The luxury version offered standard features such as power windows and locks, a hide-away third-row seat, air-conditioning, and carpeting. Other options included an AM/FM radio and an optional 8-track player. For added convenience, storage was provided with a large cargo area and a rear tailgate with dual doors.

The Suburban 2500 had an adjustable ride height with independent front suspension, leaf springs in the rear, and solid axles. It featured a limited slip differential for better traction on slick surfaces and full-time four-wheel drive for off-road operations. The brakes were power-assisted providing secure stopping.

The exterior of the Suburban 2500 was distinctive with its squared-off shape and bold grille flanked by two round headlights. Standard trim was chrome with optional wire spoke wheels. It also had double-wall construction for sound dampening in the cabin.

In 1972, GMC updated the Suburban 2500 with a new engine option; a 7.4-liter V8 engine that produced 250hp, allowing it to tow up to 8,500 pounds. The transmission was now an automatic three-speed with overdrive and a dual-range transfer case was added to increase the off-roading capabilities.

In its final year of production, the Suburban 2500 was easily recognizable by its iconic "Suburban" emblems on each side of the vehicle. Although the Suburban 2500 was soon replaced by more modern models, it left its mark on American culture and cemented its place as a timeless classic.

For anyone in the market for a vintage SUV, the GMC Suburban 2500 is an excellent choice. With its roomy interior and rugged off-road capabilities, it's sure to provide years of reliable service. Whether you're looking for a workhorse for hauling heavy loads or a comfortable ride for taking the family out, the Suburban 2500 has a place in any car enthusiast's collection.

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