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Seely hasn’t carved up the Suburban’s dash, so its timeless panache is still intact. He has installed a rollcage, a B&M Pro Stick shifter, some “cheap-o-meter” gauges so he can monitor important engine functions, and a Kenwood/Panasonic audio system so he doesn’t have to sing to himself for entertainment. The second row stock seating is gone and has been replaced by a pair of racing seats. Also in the cargo area is an Optima RedTop battery, Hi-Lift jack, Mac’s tow strap, and other assorted odd and ends.

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