The Mark IIIs were made in Ocala, Fla. The company is now defunct. This van has the four captain's chairs and couch-bed. The body is in great shape. Thanks for the welcome back. :clap:Matrixx said:Hi BobM
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Mark III? Could you enlighten me a bit on that conversion? Thanks.
I traded it for a newer full-size van and on PAPER they gave me about $4,ooo for it ( my memory is so bad that I can't remember the exact amount!). Not bad, eh? And we drove it out to the Little Bighorn Battlefield (as they are now calling the Custer site), and a coupla trips to Fla, some to Oshkosh, Wi and several to St Louis from our home in west-central Indiana before we traded it.rev_les said:i gotta ask.... how much ya get for the $100 van??? lol
Sorry to take so long to answer. They have us working overtime a coupla days a week and I've been trying to get this van in tip-top shape with tune up shocks front end alignment, tires windshield wipers, etc, etc. All the little t5hings you have with a new-to-you vehicle.Mr_Bowtie said:Welcome back! Any pics of the new ride? Or the old $100 Van?
I've never done a sound clip. Gonna have to learn something new, I guess.Mr_Bowtie said:Very nice! Just waiting on a sound clip of that exhaust now...... :rockon:
On and off, on and off.....Such are the days of my life! :banghead:Infidel said:On the jacks already... can't wait to see how this comes out! I didn't know that Mark III went under- shame.