1987 Chevy Astro Van 4.3 V-6---- See Pics-- Great Fixer Upper For A Handy Person on 2040-cars
Alamogordo, New Mexico, United States
Vehicle is not running . Was hard starting. Seemed the throttle body was not getting fuel. The vehicle used a little oil but smoked very little even with the high mileage. As the pics show needs paint. Can't recall exactly as to how long I have had the mini-van but I do believe I was the second owner since 1989 or as the math serves me right 25 years. Purchased in New Mexico. As I mentioned before it is a Great cargo van for the person who needs great transportation or for the outdoors person who loves to camp, the janitorial person for carrying his work tools. or for the person wanting a vehicle to fix up. In addition to the above, the oil was changed at regular intervals and all fluids maintained. It has fair
amount of tread on the 15" tires with 15" alloy rims but could use a new set of tires. The glass is good on all windows. Seats show the wear and tear of the many years use. A rubber cargo mat was put in a few years before parking it around 2008. The Van has 2 front doors, one sliding door on the right side and 2 rear doors. All in good shape. Could use a headliner and not to mention exterior paint. This van is sold as is.where is with no guarantees. What you see is what you get. Hope you have a wonderful experience on Ebay's Auctions. Will be happy to entertain questions thru Ebay's e-mail policy.. Thanks for bidding .
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