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After seeing the new car, the dealers were quite impressed.
This new design was first installed in 1953 passenger cars with Power Glide, thereafter in all models and sizes (passengers and commercial).
Interior upgrades included two-tone materials, chrome accents and a more modern dashboard.
With the end of production of the Dodge Town Wagon in 1966 and the Plymouth Suburban station wagon in 1978, only General Motors continued to manufacture a vehicle branded as a "Suburban", and GM was awarded an exclusive trademark on the name in 1988.
But in 1937, Ford introduced an optional downsized Flathead V8, down to 136 cubic inches from the standard 221 cubic inches.
The 1938 pickup included a new updated cab and bed, a large oval grille, and generously rounded front and rear fenders.
The Chevrolet Suburban is one of the largest SUVs on the market today.
It has outlasted competitive vehicles such as the International Harvester Travelall, Jeep Wagoneer, and the Ford Excursion.