1995 Chevrolet G20 Conversion Van - $8,500 (Leavenworth)

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condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 149165
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
1995 Chevy G20 Van

- 149,165 miles
- 5.7L V8 engile
- Phoenix Tiara edition
- 2" hitch receiver with towing package

I acquired the van in 2020 with 137,000 miles. Below are maintenance records and additions made to the van.
- New all season tires 7/19/21 @ 141,175 miles
- Alignment 4/23/21 @ 139,103 miles
- Replaced starter 8/24/22
- Stereo and speakers installed by Performance Audio 9/25/20
- Replaced windshield wiper motor 11/9/20
- Yakima Roof rack 1/27/21
- Cargo Box
- Auxiliary battery bank, inverter, heater 11/1/20 (more on this below)
- Rear door seal
- Steering gear box service 3/30/21
- Replaced spark plugs
- Replaced passenger side automatic window regulator
- New main battery 4/30/24

DIY camper van modifications:
- Vinyl floor
- Wooden bad frame
- LED lighting & USB outlets
- Auxiliary battery
- Diesel heater: the heating unit in the van is powered by the auxiliary battery and a 2.5 gallon diesel fuel tank mounted to the inside door of the van. The heater and battery are located under the bed. The unit provides powerful, dry heat keeping the interior of the van comfortable in temperatures down to zero degrees F. In winter with regular use the heater consumes about 1 gallon per day. Diesel exhaust is vented through the vehicle's floor via an exhaust pipe. CO/Smoke detector installed in van has never alarmed with this heating unit.

Known issues:
- Small leaks from rear main seal and power steering pump. These leaks were evaluated by a mechanic and determined to be too small to cause worry or need repair.
- Shocks are worn and should be replaced.
- The horn button the the steering wheel does not function and was rewired by a mechanic to a button on the dash.
- The A/C needs to be recharged.
- Blower fan on passenger side makes a minor buzzing noise
- One headlight has a crack in the glass.
- Paint wear & fade

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