2010 Dodge, Braun Entervan, Wheelchair Accessible, Handicap Rampvan, 11k Miles! on 2040-cars
East Windsor, Connecticut, United States
*** 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan "Braun Entervan" ***
You are bidding on a "One Owner", leased, wheelchair accessible van that was operated and well maintained by a medical transportation company. The van was professionally altered by the "Braun Corporation", and is fully equipped as follows:
We have serviced and safety checked all parts and components, and provide a 60 day /3000 mile warranty covering 100 % parts & labor. Bid with confidence!
There are a couple minor scrapes and chips (pictured), but nothing regarding body or paint work. This van is priced to meet your budget, serve your needs, and sell quickly! Dealers welcome!
Please call with any questions. (860) 627-9409 Thomas J. Killam
A $1000. deposit is due from buyer within 24 hrs. of "End Of Auction", and balance within one week & before taking delivery. Connecticut residents please add sales tax & registration fees.
As a registered Connecticut dealer ( since 1958 ), we reserve the right to "End Auction" at any time due to a locally advertised sale of the van.
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Auto blogTue, 04 Nov 2014
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