How much is a non running GMC Suburban worth?

Asked by Jan 24, 2017 at 01:16 PM about the 1999 GMC Suburban K1500 4WD

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

Has sat for 2 years.  The motor is good, but has a security by pass issue due to another key made (so I was told).  Had it fixed and let it sit for over a week without cranking and then it would not start anymore.   The body is in excellent condition and the interior has normal wear and tear.  Has a 3 inch lift kit, and tires are still in great shape.  Just tired of messing with it.

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96,055

I would say maybe $500.

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96,055

Good luck selling it but with the cost of repairs it is probably only a parts car. If you wanted to part it out you could get more. In my area there are tons of old Suburbans like yours for sale at prices less than that. You can always ask more and lower the price if it does not sell. Good luck selling it!

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79,075

Like in my area that would be an easy $1000

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