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Chevy G20 Van Conversion In Tampa, FL (For Sale)


This is a 1993 Chevy G20 van conversion that’s available via Adam J./Facebook Marketplace out of Tampa, Florida.

The asking price is $16,900, it has 147,124 miles, is 15-ft. in length, with more info available below. What do you think?

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Chevy G20 Van Conversion For Sale in Tampa

Van Description And Story…

My wife and I have decided to sell our beloved van. We have rebuilt her and traveled from Montreal to Tofino seeing everything in-between. Here is your chance to get out there and see the country!

Being a short wheelbase she is only 15’ long and a mid top puts her in at just over 8’ tall with brand new maxxfan deluxe down.

We have had the motor entirely overhauled and she fires up and runs like a champ and the transmission shifts smooth with zero issues. We have maintenance records to be included with the sale. A tune up was just completed less than 100 miles ago. Mileage is questionable. We bought her at the listed mileage and the odometer hasn’t worked since we have had it. Tires are still in good shape and have easily another 10k-15k miles left on them.

Electrical consists of 2 100ah AGM batteries, with changing from shore power as well as alternator with safety switch installed. 2000 watt inverter and dual bank battery charger all included.

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  • Michael
    February 8, 2021, 6:11 am

    I like van conversions because you can easy park almost everywhere. Unfortunately I am 6.4″tall. This means lack of standing headroom and bed length across driving direction. A Mini van like this doesn’t work at all. Beside that a bathroom with shower is a must.
    I had once a custom made 4 wheel drive Volkswagen Vanagon with 2’high fiber glass roof, a queen size and a single berth, L-shaped kitchen and believe it or not a closet with toilet, sink and fold out shower.
    It was a compact go and park everywhere van, comfortable to drive and very economical on fuel consumption. I am still regretting that I sold it.

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