No Reserve No Rust V8 350 5.7L Chevy G20 Cargo Panel Sport Van Runs great

1991 Chevrolet G20 Van NO RESERVE

Make: Chevrolet
Model: G20 Van
SubModel: SportVan
Year: 1991
Mileage: 216,000
VIN: 2gceg25kxm4122672
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tempe, Arizona, United States
Air Conditioning

Description for Chevrolet G20 Van 1991

No reserve on this van. This is a Good work van or ready to make into A custom camping van. I found this can with no rust to rebuild and make into A-team replica van. I just have not found the time to do it. I have the custom flare kit to go with if for an additional 450.00.
The inside and underside had been insulated by the previous owner to help it stay cool durring deliveries.It definitely could use a good thorough complete buff, wax and detail inside and out.
It has a crate 350 engine 65k miles ago and trans was rebuilt 70k ago in 2007. Battery is newer. The engine starts and runs smooth and super quiet. The 350 fuel injected motor has great power and reliability and accelerates strong. Brakes are strong. New converters to pass emissions.
Has A/C but it is not cold. It has more than a few dings and dents and scratches so please see the photos, radio doenst work, but is all original condition always a Arizona van and has absolutely no rust on the body, drip rails, or underside. Driver inside door handle broken and window crank is a pair of vice grips, the headlight bezel trim is Missing. The driverside door lock is removed because I broke the key off in the lock. I have a whole new lock set for the van to be installed. The windshield is also cracked. The driver side mirror is cracked. The passenger seat is torn up (it was swaped with the driver seat at some point) and the driver seat is fair. The winshield wipers work but the blades are dried out. The doors all open and close good, but the weather strip is old so they are not air tight when closed. I have only driven it about a 2 miles and under 45. I would replace the tires and shocks before taking it on the highway. The tires look OK but I think they are old and would be afraid of a blow out. It is very loud riding in the van. The security cage bangs around thr drone of the axle is loud when the van is not loaded. Speedometer is dieing. It bounces around and is now barely registering. The other gauges appear to be working.
That's about all of it. It's 25+ years old and not perfect and needs the typical maintenance. But it is a great running 350 V8 panel cargo Chevy van with no rust on the body. It's a bummer to sell it before making it a really cool custom van. I hope it gets a good home. No reserve, it has to go.
Please any questions. I will add photos of the underhood in a few days.I don't mind helping with shipping it in the USA or over seas.