Cars Then & Now

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1935 Chevrolet Suburban Carryall
Original Base Price: $675
After experimenting with fixing a wagon body to a commercial chassis, Chevrolet launched the Suburban Carryall in 1935. With seating for up to eight passengers, the 2-door Suburban could be equipped with side-hinged rear panel doors or a tailgate. Power came from Chevrolet’s “Stovebolt” 6-cylinder engine producing 60 horsepower. Suburban is the oldest continuously-produced nameplate in the industry.

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