Three days ago I was given as a gift an 1997 Chevrolet 1500 Tahoe.
It has 95,238 miles on it and it runs extremely well. I live deep
in the wilderness, in the canyon lands of Northern New Mexico, and
due to ice and snow and mud it has been impossible for me to leave
the ranch 4 months out of the year in my Toyota pickup.
With the Chevrolet Tahoe I have tried to get the back seat to fold
down flat. It will not lay flat; is that because I somehow cannot
figure out how to get it all the way flat, or is it built to
always be slightly elevated? I some times camp in the East Mojave,
and it would be a great help if I could just sleep in the back of
the Chevrolet Tahoe instead of sleeping on top of the vehicle.
Other than that, I have not had a chance to try the vehicle. Maybe
I'll go into Santa Fe in a few days when the road is still frozen
and she how it does.
Desertphile's Desert Soliloquy. WARNING: view with plenty of water
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