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1996 Gmc Safari Van on 2040-cars

US $3,000.00
Year:1996 Mileage:137020
Location:

Tow, Texas, United States

Tow, Texas, United States

This van has been my daily driver for three years. Everything works great. Perfect for family, musicians or potential van-dwellers. Ready to hit the road! The mechanic who has worked on it mentioned that everything that goes wrong on these vans has been redone!

The Good:
Strong Engine - Recent Tune-Up
Freshly Rebuilt Automatic Transmission. 
Recent Alignment & Front Brakes
Rebuilt Front Bearings
Alpine Stereo (Polk speakers in the front)
Power Everything Works!
Conversion Van with blinds, tinted windows and a lay-down back seat.

The Bad:
Should have new Engine & Transmission mounts somewhere down the road. (quoted at around $500)
I lost the title, but a fresh copy is in the mail.
I need to put the back-door panel on from fixing the back door handle
Rear bumper sags. - Needs new clips.
Will probably need new tires soon, as I had to replace one due to the alignment and bushings going out.

Bottom Line: I've easily put about $4000 into the vehicle in the last year and a half. At this po

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