We are reluctantly looking to sell our van. We don’t need to sell it and will hate to see it go, but we both are back to reality and would love for someone else to use this van to its full potential as we have over the last year. We purchased this last fall and since then have traveled the entire country (literally the entire lower 48) along with a month in Canada exploring and being ski bums. This van has been nothing but great to us considering the amount of time and miles we’ve put on it. We have always taken great care of it and every time we bring it to a mechanic for an oil change or any other scheduled maintenance, they are always amazed at how great of shape the motor/tranny are in and tell us theirs a lot of life left in the van. As for the van itself, its a 95 GMC Vandura 2500 (everyone we’ve ran into that knows anything about these loves the fact its a Vandura and not a Chevy G20). It gets a lot of good looks and has started a lot of great conversations among other vanlifers. The body is solid for the age. There are some small areas of rust around the gas cap. There is white flex tape around some of the windows. It was on there when we bought it and at first I thought about taking it off but I didn’t notice it much and seems to be keeping any other/more rust from developing..and honestly you don’t really notice it. And if you do notice it..its all part of the character of a 95 Vandura. Here is the information on the conversion of the van by the previous owners when we bought it last fall. Everything in the van was brand new. They completely gutted it and put well over $6,000 into the electronics and finishes of the van and that’s not including labor (the previous owner was a private contractor and his dad was an electrician so that saved them a ton of money). They installed all new wiring throughout the van. Everything is powered by two brand new Renogy deep cycle AGM 100 AH batteries. The solar panel is a NewPowa180W panel and keeps these batteries full. The batteries are tied to the alternator in the van so with the flip of a switch you can charge the batteries while driving as well. Other new items include a 12v mini-fridge, custom cut queen size mattress, sink-faucet (powered by electric water pump), 5 gal clean & 5 gal grey water tanks. They purposely set this van up to be off the grid and ready to go on any adventure. Here are some of the things we’ve done to the van that are included with the van New tires- $850 Awning -$200 Cargo bag-$100 Recent Maintenance in the last couple months -Full brake job (rotors/shoes/pads/calipers) $1000 -Transmission fluid/oil change -$250 (oil has been changed every 3-5k with full synthetic) -Replaced alternator bracket-$500
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