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2003 Dodge Grand Caravan on 2040-cars

US $4,150.00
Year:2003 Mileage:76776 Color: Gold /
 Tan
Location:

>>Brooklyn, New York, United States

>>Brooklyn, New York, United States

Does life seem to be passing you by? I know how you can catch up. Here are few of the most important things you need to know about this vehicle:

Basics:

1. Engine Cylinder: V6
2. Fuel type: Gasoline
3. Exterior Color: Gold
4. Interior Color: Tan
5. Mileage: 76776
6. Transmission: Automatic
7. Title: Rebuild
8. Drive: FWD

Features:

* ABS 4-Wheel
* Cassette, Radio Am/Fm
* Cruise Control
* Clock
* Frond Air Conditioning
* Dual Front Airbags
* Power (Brakes, Door Locks, Steering, Windows)
* Rear (Seat Type – Bucket, Wiper, Window Defogger)
* Tachometer
* Trip Computer
* Universal Remote Transmitter – Garage Door Opener
* Third Seat
* Multi-Function Remote – Keyless Entry & other features

Email: 773cars @ gmail.com
Mobile: (347)460-5268

If you would like to see it, I invite you to view and test drive if for yourself. For inquiries, please leave a message and I‘ll respond to you as soon as possible. (LR)

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