1993 Chevy G20 Gladiator Conversion Custom Van

1993 Chevrolet G20 Van Gladiator Conversion Custom Van

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: G20 Van
Type: Extended Passenger Van
Trim: Gladiator Conversion Custom Van
Year: 1993
Mileage: 94,000
VIN: 1GBEG25K4PF351464
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bronx, New York, United States

Description for Chevrolet G20 Van 1993

1993 Chevy G20 Gladiator Conversion VAN 350 V8 Auto runs good - Exterior is white with blue stripes and interior is blue leather. Pwr windows, Pwr locks, Cruise control, A/C, A/C works but must charge each summer slow leak somewhere - CD radio w/ IPOD USB connect, cassette player w/ equalizer installed by conversion company not currently wired to radio, (2) 11" DVD monitors w/wireless headphones, Tinted front windows. All other windows have shades. Alarm with perimeter alert and remote entry, manual fold down rear seat. Exterior is clean just minor rust under rear conversion windows shown in pics usually cover with touch up paint and orange streaks in pic wash off easy only show after rain. Also minor blemish in paint in rear to left of spare tire near on rear body panel - can buff out nothing serious. Right rear corner of body panel near bumper is a very minor ding not shown in pics. Overall exterior is clean on a scale of 1-10 would be a 8 b/c of minor rust under conversion windows. This particular conversion company didn't seal the conversion window openings so that's why rust started. No other rust on vehicle. Vehicle purchased and spent most of its life in Cali. Been in NY since 2009. Technically van on paper has had 3 owners, but really had two. Van was owned majority of its live by original owner in Cali who donated it to a charity in 2009. I purchased it from the charitable organization. Has never been driven in snow or on salted roads. Interior is like new. Main thing van needs is a muffler which may or not be fixed by time of sale. Also needs temperature gauge fixed. Gauge always worked until a recent tune up, when van was picked up from mechanic it no longer worked - just a coincidence I guess. Maybe just a wire was accidentally pulled. Van doesn't have any overheating issues.