This 1995 GMC Vandura Cargo Van was completely built out by the couple I purchased her from. They put a lot of care and detail into building her. When I got her in 2021 she immediately got new brake pads, new battery, and 2 new tires. I also put in the compost toilet, wall mounted fan, custom cushions, and cushion covers. She has been well cared for and maintained regular oil changes. She was my starter van (I had her for 2 years) and I am now upgrading to something bigger. I mainly used her as my traveling office and for adventures with my chocolate lab. I got her with 257,440 miles and in 2 years only put 13,000 miles on her so she still has a lot of life left. She is a cozy cocoon and can be stealth when you need her to be. She gives a lot of love…her name is Amor. (And of course you can rename her.) For a cargo van conversion she feels very spacious inside. Excited to pass her off to the next soul. Please let me know if you have any questions. 1995 GMC Vandura 3500: - Mileage: 270,470 - Length: 19ft (fits in normal parking spots) - Interior Height: 51 (inches)/4.25 (feet) - 15 mpg (highway)/13 mpg (city) - Fuel capacity: 22 gallon (unleaded) - Automatic transmission - Rear wheel drive - Heat works well - AC is so-so and drips sometimes (I have had my mechanics look at it several times and nothing definitive) - Newer Bluetooth radio with rear speakers - Super sturdy and reliable on the road - Battery & brake pads replaced September 2021 - Regular oil changes Solar Set-up: - 2000W Renogy Pure Sine Wave Inverter - 3 x 12V 125 Amp Hour Batteries - 2 x 100 Watt Solar Panels (roof mounted) Notes: I have never run out of power, the solar has been very realiable. I usually ran the inside lights, 12V dometic fridge, compost toilet, charged ipad & phone, water pump (as needed), fan-tastic fan (as needed), swivel fan (as needed) and the power was great. **There is also a shore power hook-up! (Which I literally never used) Bedroom/Workspace: - Dometic Fan-tastic Fan - Caframo Sirocco II Swivel Fan (Wall mounted wired into electric) - Light strips on dimmer switch - L-shape couch that converts into full size bed - Full bed measures 6ft (length) x 4ft (width) - Custom faux leather cushions & covers - Pull out desk/eating area - Lot’s of storage for everything - Custom navy blue window covers (blackout) - Fire extinguisher - Carbon monoxide detector Bathroom: - Nature’s Head self contained composting toilet Kitchen: - 2 burner built in gas range - 20 lb propane tank - Propane heater - Small sink - Pentair Shurflo water pump - 2 x 7-gallon water canisters (1 fresh water/1 grey water) - Pull out pantry storage - Comes with a few dishes and utensils Extras: - Extra seat belt in the back for a 3rd passenger - Tire chains - Shore power hookup & cord (30-amp) - 5-gallon gas jerrycan holder (mounted on rear) - Extra bricks of coconut core for compost toilet FYI: 1. When it rains heavily there are a few leaks which drip on the metal parts of the car and are easy to clean. It’s an old car so some of the rubber door seals are a bit worn. I never invested the energy to replace them. The water just goes on to the metal foot steps and I clean it with a towel. 2. There are some rust spots on the exterior. They were there when I purchased her. They made me feel more undercover :) Potentially can drive to you or set-up delivery for additional expense if needed.
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