1998 Dodge Van. It Has The 5.2 L (318) V8, Ac, Am-fm, Ps on 2040-cars
Chester, South Carolina, United States
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For auction is this 1998 Dodge Van. It has the 5.2 L (318) V8, AC, AM-FM, PS with Tilt, PB, Rubber Mat in the back, air bags. The color is black and gray interior. The original color was white and it was professionally painted black to match the fleet.
THE UP SIDE: New front ceramic brake pads and the rotors turned as of last month. Everything works, this van has been well taken care of mechanically and waxed three times per year. All fluids including transmission and differential have been routinely changed. It has never carried heavy loads. There is no rust in any body panel. It has been a flower van for a funeral home most of its life. It has been driven by non-smokers and garaged. The tires are Mastercraft and about 75 to 80%. Each wheel has a chrome beauty ring.
THE DOWN SIDE: The headlinerís gray coating is pealing. There are some scratches on the bumper (see photos) from the flowers being loaded and unloaded. The front bumper has a slight ding near the center and so does the left rear quarter (see photos). The front two piece bumperís plastic section has some repairs to cover some flaking paint with black vinyl wrap, it is hardly noticeable.
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