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1978 Chevy G30 4×4 Camper Van (For Sale)


This is a 1978 Chevy G30 4×4 Camper Van that’s listed for sale out of Asheville, North Carolina.

It features a new motor, no rust, no body damage, and lots of upgrades. The van is listed over at Van Life Trader for $35,000. Check it out!

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Chevy G30 4×4 Camper Van Conversion

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The van seems to be in near-perfect condition!

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It has a new 350ci Blue Print Motor with under 1000 miles on it.

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New moon roof freshly installed.

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The cozy couch turns into a bed.

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You can see the second moon roof here.

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The rear storage area.

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The van has many modern upgrades including car play and a backup camera.

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The brand new engine.

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Highlights

  • 1978 Chevy G30
  • 4×4
  • Gasoline engine
  • New motor
  • No rust, no body damage
  • New compressor, alternator, steering pump, water pump, fuel pump, batteries, shocks
  • Rebuilt trans
  • Shift kit
  • 35″ Nito Ridge Grappler tires
  • 17″ American Racing wheels
  • 2000w power inverter
  • Two new moonroofs
  • Backup camera
  • CarPlay
  • Couch converts to bed
  • Many other upgrades
  • Asheville, NC
  • $35,000

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  • Husabergchamp
    March 28, 2021, 8:55 pm

    Pretty interior but not a camper unless you are talking just sleeping. Best parts of it are its a 4X4, no rust. It needs a further conversion to add the essentials. But a good start.

    • James D.
      March 29, 2021, 1:49 am

      Actually, just about anything you can go camping in can be called a camper. Mind, actual camping ranges from bush-craft survivalists who can go out with nothing but some basic tools and use what they find along the way to luxury expedition vehicles with all the comforts of a modern home.

      Campers really just need space to store gear, which doesn’t have to be built in and permanent, and a way to sleep… Beyond that it’s just preference and the type of camping you’re intending to do…

      Besides, there’s more flexibility when you don’t have everything permanent as you can optimize it for different types of camping per trip or just be able to use it for other things besides camping… Unless you need a lot, then an expedition vehicle might be more what you’re looking for… But even some commercial RV campers can be this basic…

  • April 21, 2021, 3:46 pm

    Very nice 44 year old 4wd $35K van. But as someone said “you can put lipstick on a pig. but …..” It you want 4wd to get you into primitive areas, then you might want to bring a few amenities; Ice Box, Propane Cookstove, Awning, a roof rack on which to carry your kayaks or bikes? If you want too stay at Parks or campgrounds, then a pull-behind trailer might better serve your needs (for 1/10th the money).

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