1995 Chevrolet G20 Camper Van 5.7L V8 engine. 13-15 MPG, approximately 185,000 miles. Fully converted to a camper. 6” Memory Foam Queen mattress Insulated wood panel walls and ceiling Laminate flooring Lots of cabinet space and underbed storage Sink with a 7 gallon freshwater tank and 7 gallon gray water tank TV with Roku Electric cooler (12v or DC, needs new cord - $20 on Amazon) Two 100-watt flush mount solar panels with 200 amp-hour batteries, charge controller, and switch panel Solar powered interior lights and Fan-tastic vent fan Bluetooth stereo Newer exhaust system (muffler, pipes, catalytic converter) I’m also including an 8x8 canopy, water hose, 25 ft. extension cord, outdoor shower tent with potty, all blackout window coverings, and more. This van is in good mechanical condition. It starts with no problem and runs great. I have driven it more than 10,000 miles over the past 14 months and have only had to do minor maintenance (regular oil changes and a radiator flush). I deliver produce to a food bank in the van every Monday, so she's not just sitting in the driveway. There’s minimal rust on the undercarriage, but the back tires are starting to show some wear. It is a 27 year old van so there are some quirks. The CEL will intermittently come on and go back off. It has done this for 2 years without any loss of performance or exhaust issues. There’s no horn. The relay works but the horn doesn’t. The windshield is cracked. I did get an estimate of $238 but this wasn’t something I was worried too much about in TN (where inspections are not required). The driver’s side window doesn’t have a motor. You can raise/lower it manually though. There is no air conditioning. The heat and fan work great. There’s only one seat. I removed the passenger seat to make room for more storage. A replacement seat can easily be installed, but one is not included. The van is in Bowling Green, KY but my parents live in Gallatin, TN, so I’m happy to meet up with you there. Showings are by appointment but I ask that tire-kickers and people looking for ideas on how to build their own not waste either of our time (and gas). I’ve had a lot of fun in this van but I’m settled into my new home now and want her to go to someone who can carry on the adventure.
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