The Chicago Car Club is interested in classic cars of all makes and models, especially a Chevrolet C10 Suburban. We make the process of selling your Chevrolet C10 Suburban quick and painless. In just a matter of hours we will have your classic valued and, if you do so choose, turned into money in your pocket. All it takes is a phone call or electronic inquiry to get the ball rolling.
The C10 Suburban is a full-sized utility vehicle built by the American automaker Chevrolet, between 1935 and the present. In 1960, Chevy simplified its naming scheme. Trucks and utility vehicles bearing the “C” designation in the name were “Conventional” or two-wheel drive vehicles, whereas the “K” designation meant 4-wheel drive. Number designations in model names told the vehicle weight. 10, 20, and 30 stood for half-ton, three-quarter-ton and one-ton, respectively. The C10 was a full-size vehicle weighing a half ton. From 1973 to 2013, the half-ton C10 was available as a Suburban.
Several car companies used the term “Suburban” for windowed station wagon type body. Chevrolet started offering it “Suburban Carryall” in 1935 and it is still going strong today. (It was renamed to the "Yukon XL" for the 2000 model year.) Early C10 Suburbans are considered classics that are loved by collectors.
Suburbans have always been one of Chevy’s best selling products. They have been utilized by governments and municipalities for a variety of purposes such as as police and fire vehicles, limousines and armored vehicles for the protection of businessmen and world leaders.