If you’re a fan of army inspired designs, this 1972 Chevrolet Suburban may be your cup of tea. Posted by a dealership in Casselberry, Florida, the three-door Suburban’s design is inspired by simplistic Army elements for a street-rod type of look.
The Suburban features a lowered ride height to fit with the custom gloss black wheels. The exterior is painted matte gray with Army decals on the rear, and on the doors. On the inside, beige interior adorns the vehicle with minor custom hints in the gauges, steering wheels and seat decals. The Suburban has no power options whatsoever, so prepare to manually crank your windows and let the breeze handle the cooling duties, because there’s no air conditioning either.
It’s not the prettiest build by any means, but the fact that it’s a three-door Suburban is pretty cool in itself. Not to mention there’s a small-block 350 cubic-inch V8 under the hood, paired with an automatic transmission. It’s also a steal at only $11,950, so if anything it could be a nearly clean slate for a new build.
For more information on the listing and additional pictures of the build, check out the listing here.