Suburban survivor

The Chevrolet Suburban has the distinction of being the longest continuous nameplate in the world. The first model hit the market in 1934 as a 1935 model. This fixer-upper is a seventh-generation1969 model and the last generation of the three-door Suburbans. A second door was added to the passenger side with the first eighth-generation Suburban in 1973. See additional pictures of abandoned cars and trucks on MotorwayAmerica's
abandoned car pages.
(Photo by Jim Meachen)