You will not find another Van for sale like this, it is truly one of a kind, and if you know what your looking at, you know the value of these. Has 4 Captain seats, Couch that folds into a bed. Hose it down if it has corrosion, and wirebrush the connectors. Llregal is terrific, takes a while to think it thru. Some cracks in upper body caulked.
Windows work and provide beautiful bright sunlight. Just don't use it enough to keep it. They are included in this sale and can both be reinstalled by the new very easily. We purchased this van in early 2010 with the intention of converting it into a Sportsmobile type camper van, but had a couple of wonderful kids instead! Its still doing the same thing. The dealer had that original cost detail posted in their sales data related to this van see image of their auction verbiage.
This mast shows the seals to have been last serviced on 09-08-2005. While there is some very faint surface rust appearing on the outer vents which usually washes off , other than that - there is no detectable body rust and certainly no through rust on this van. Also the ground stud eyelet and it's connections may be giving us troubles- Rosa98 answered 6 years ago Battery posts are clean, theres power to the vehicle. Runs, drives, and looks like the well cared for vehicle it's been; no funny smells, check lights or any such like. Would make great family hauler or camping vehicle, rear seat electronically folds down into a bed, add a futon or large foam pad with down blankets and create a comfy, safe and warm place to sleep. Has extended roof for standing up in. These are apparently the same type of industrial grade masts the military uses.
Tags: sportmobile, camper, adventure, off-road, rare, lift, lifted, crew, crewcab, custom, conversion Trim Quigley 4wd. This is a very high dollar van, with an astoundingly rare and desirable 7. Non-Smoker vehicle, no foul smells or stains. I was told it functioned correctly when I bought it, but have never checked or used it since it had two air? Size of the vehicle makes it accessible to areas a motorhome cannot get to. It did not break the bedliner type coating or paint there and does not affect the performance of the van — so I left it alone.
Will also throw in a new cover still in box. It was like this when I bought it from the dealer. I only found six others from this batch that sold on the internet and they were snapped up very quickly by hobbyists for various other uses. The interior could be configured by the buyer in different ways. Please notice that the last of the pictures is from time when the door did open - the door is currently as described. Engine Runs well and Vehicle drives.
Handling a little difficult due to poor alignment. We were eventually going to remove this mast — so it functioning was not important to us at the time. This van has obviously been very lightly used its entire life, which consisted mostly of being stored in a government warehouse and sitting in our driveway. Lights work, radio works, horn works, just will not crank to turn on when we try to turn the key forward! There are also high powered exterior floodlights on the front, sides and rear of the roof of the van which can be manually adjusted to point most any direction. Mechanically it runs and drives well down the road, but as one should expect from any 20 year old van, it does have some oil leakage, and for some reason cruise control wasn't working for us.
I am not interested in any trades and do not need any help selling this vehicle. While this van is in incredible overall condition and has very low mileage for a used vehicle its age, this is still an 18 year old van and is not perfect. This van is loaded with every option imaginable from the time. Both fuel pumps replaced new on both fuel tanks. Two stationary antenna mounts on the back of the roof section which are still wired with cables. The government obviously removed all of their specific or restricted electronic equipment from the van prior to sale.
It was replaced with a Baja Chinook is why it's for sale. They are small and hard to notice, but I wanted to note them. Recently replaced all ball joints and a tie rod. I cant afford to have it towed to a shop so im trying to exhaust my options of what it could be. But there is something good here for someone who wants to put time and money into repairs. I purchased it from a commercial truck dealer licensed with the government to sell commercial government vehicles that were being rotated out of service from their fleet. I had nothing to do with the original build or any modifications of this van.