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1999 Lifted AWD Astro Camper

PostPosted: January 18th 2020, 7:38pm
by safariari
Selling a 1999 AWD passenger Astro gutted and turned into an offroad camper. It has 135k miles and I'm asking for around $4000. It's currently in San Francisco. It will need some work which I can't currently manage but it has treated me well and I think it has plenty of life left if taken care of.

The craigslist post:
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto/d/ ... 06525.html

Selling my 1999 lifted AWD Chevy Astro. I've put a lot of work into this thing and its a beast on and off road and in the snow but I am upgrading to a bigger vehicle. Overall the van runs well but has a bunch of cosmetic blemishes and will eventually need some engine work as it misfires while idling.

What it has underneath:
Journey Offroad 4" lift
Rebuilt front Suspention with Moog control arms and new ball joints
Bilstein shocks
Upgraded leaf springs
30" Cooper AT3 mud and snow tires
Rebuilt brakes
Replaced radiator and water pump
Replaced intake manifold gasket (which is eventually needed for Astros)
Recently replaced battery

The buildout includes:
Goal Zero Yeti 400 plus 2 linked batteries for a total of 100Ah of power
80Watt of solar
MaxxAir fan and remote
Led lights with dimmer
Custom designed bed/couch and storage with pullout table and ample storage
200W Sony head unit with Morel Supremo speakers
Dynamat and thinsulate insulation throughout
Durable vinyl flooring
Fold out table and kitchen out the back of the van
Yakima ShowCase 20 roof box on top (their top of the line model)
I have an Engel 22 liter fridge which fits perfectly - I was hoping to keep this but am open to selling with the van

Issues:
Engine idling issues/misfire and check engine light - I had the spark plugs and a burnt out plug wire replaced to try to fix these issues but this did not completely resolve the issue
Many physical blemishes inside and out - dents, scratches, cracking paint, dented bumper, cracked vinyl, etc.
Some of the door handles/latches need replacement