Why is this happening? Zach has acquired a 4×4 astro van that he is currently building out.
Fair warning: the van is not in peak condition, it runs but needs mechanical work. It’s a 2003 Chevrolet Express 3500 with 263,543 miles on it. It has a 6.0L V8 gas engine. The van is not perfect, but maybe it could be for the right person. And it’s got some pretty cool features as well as history as it was featured in the New York Times.
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Zach Booth’s Vanual Van Conversion Is Up For Trade
The van was custom built by Zach.
It looks like a pretty ordinary work van from the outside.
Inside, it’s like a little cabin.
The perfect stealth traveler.
It has a minimalist wood design.
Up top there are solar panels.
The cockpit is in good shape.
Some of the interior cabinets.
Goal zero power bank.
263,543 miles on it.
6.0L V8 gasoline engine.
Yes, there is some rust present.
Side stairs to get up to the roof rack.
When the windows are closed, it still looks like a work van.
The van was featured in the New York Times.
- 2003 Chevrolet Express 3500
- 263,543 miles
- Automatic RWD
- 6.0L V8 gasoline engine
- Located in greater Santa Cruz area
- Up for trade
- Ideal trades: street legal dual sport motorcycle, sailboat, scuba gear, old airstream, flight lessons, according to website/listing
- Photos taken 4/11/21
Our big thanks to Zach Booth for sharing!🙏
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