VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 2B6GB13H2DK351078|
Interior Color: Green
Model: Ram Van
Number of Cylinders: 6
Trim: Conversion Van
Drive Type: RWD
Exterior Color: Brown
Disability Equipped: No
*DELIVERY: buyer is responsible for delivery and delivery costs if applicable.
*I'm available 7 days a week most any time for the vehicle to be picked up and am in the Oklahoma City metro area.
*1983 Dodge B150, 6 Cyl
*Pls NO bids from 0 feedback bidders without first sending me a # to call you
*Needs work driven daily, clear title in my name 3/15 plate
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Runs very strong, has good brakes, good tires, a good spare, just bought new remanufactured battery, I've replaced the high pressure steering hose, voltage regulator, added a locking gas cap, and replaced the windshield wipers motor, and I replaced the starter June this year. The previous owner had the exhaust manifold done a couple of years ago a $1k repair. The van is 3 tones of tan with a brown stripe and green valour interior. The paint is fair to good condition, it has som nicks and some dull places. The original curtains are still on the 3 larger windows, a luggage rack, trailor hitch, chrome visors over the the front windows, a medium tint, mud guards at the back tires,running boards, valour upholstered ceiling and walls. The interior is in fair to good condition there are some minir worn and stained areas and small minor holes in a few places. I had taken the bench seat out, but have the bolts to bolt it back in. It had to back bucket seats that I never had, you'd have to get those from a salvage if you want some. The black box on the back of the floor is the rear air conditioning unit it isn't removeable and is connected to the front air unit. The bench seat goes over the air unit.
Issues: 1*the oil sender line has a leak (I check the oil every week), 2*needs a muffler, 3*tail pipe has holes, 4*needs the tie rods replaced, 5*possibly will eventually need uv joints replaced; I sometimes hear a pop sound when I make a sharp/tight turn - 6*the gear shifter needle doesn't work, 7*the gas needle isn't accurate but does offer a little guidance of how much gas there is. I think it's a 4th to a 3rd inaccurate; it sometimes shows a little less than there is, sometimes a little more. i think it needs the floater needle replaced but am not sure. 8* The steering wheel is extremely stiff I was told by a shop the idler arms needed replacing and I had a private party put them on and it made the steering wheel steer right for less than a month and it's now right back very stiff. I don't know what he may have done wrong or what went wrong. The symptoms of needing idler arms is stiffness of the wheel and occasional vibrating when tight turns are made. 9*The rubber between the side and back doors needs replacing cause rain gets in only when it rains hard and I keep old curtains lined at both doorways to help absorb the rain. 10*The heat was never much warm, but blows warm enough to defog the windows during the rain and cold and the defrost will melt very thin ice. 11*The air use to work very cold when I got it, but isn't very cold now, and 12*the heat and air both now keeps chugging or quickly turning on and off- mechanic told me it needs freon the reason it does this on both the heat and air but this doesn't sound right to me, I don't know. 13*The fan has always lightly blown with the air and heat turned off, 14*also it has to be adjusted from heat to air manually under the(takes less than 10 secs) hood because the vaccum switch no longer changes from heat to air inside the van. 15*I've never got it a oil change or tune up. 16*Every once in awhile it'll idle high while driving and it will not go faster when it does this I'll ease up off the gas then reaccelerate and this makes it stop idling high. 17*The van is cold natured and has to warm up at least 2 mins even when hot out and a little longer when it's cold out, 18*also you have to pump the gas peddle 2-3x and hold it down for the van to crank and lightly hold the gas peddle down for 20-30 secs once it's started to keep it revved up. It runs strong without any dying problems once it's warmed up. 19*The previous owner took the cover off the horn, but it works and 20*the wires of the radio have to be connected and disconnected to operate the radio. 21*There is minor body damage to the back right corner of the bumper, on both sides of the back right tire and rounded dent on the left side door. Has some rust on the wheels and the back left tail light is cracked on the bottom, but the crack doesn't appear to be loose.
I bought the van in Lawton Oklahoma March last year and it's gotten numerous compliments. When I got it it hadn't been driven in about a year, but traveled nicely from Lawton to Oklahoma City (an hour and a half trip)for an old timer that had set a while. The previous owner says the lot changed the plugs and oil before he took it. I'm selling because I'd now like a smaller vehicle.A classic dodge van is getting hard to find in fairly good or good condition. The previous owner bought it from a Lawton car lot because it was wheelchair accessible and had a wheelchair lift in it. Many think this shag mobile is a little older than it is and it has generated a lot of compliments, it makes for a great movie prop, business prop, hunting, camping, or fishing vehicle, etc. Cool van to use as is with a little tlc or small restore project.
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