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joshgreen454

1978 GMC 4x4/4wd van in Portland

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Not sure if it is ok to post a vehicle here, so let me know and I will delete the ad if necessary....

 

I am selling my 1978 GMC 4x4/4wd van for $5000. I have a clear Oregon title and the tags are currently still good and the van runs/drives very well. It can be driven home, no need to trailer it back. It was converted to a true 4x4 with solid front axle by a company called Pathfinder. They fabricated an adapter and all the front suspension parts for their conversion. I replaced some of the wiring to the starter and the van has a new radiator hoses, ignition, water pump, thermostat and starter. There is a roof vent already installed and a custom trailer hitch (looks homemade, or maybe it was part of the Pathfinder conversion?). I stripped the van down and collected everything to make it into an adventure rig, but started on another project instead.

 

Price includes van & all additional parts listed below.

 

I can send more pictures if there is anything specific that you want to see, just let me know.

 

Not really looking for trades, but would consider partial trades of 7-9k dual axle trailer, 44" tires, 60-80 gallon single phase air compressor.

 

Specs:

- Chevy 400 small block with aftermarket intake & Edelbrock carb & dual exhaust (2 chamber Flowmaster mufflers)

- Turbo 350 automatic transmission

- Ford NP205 transfer case with custom Pathfinder adapter & shifter

- 8 lug Ford Dana 44 front axle with disc brakes (driver side diff)

- 8 lug 14 bolt full floating rear axle with posi

 

Additional parts:

- (5) Firestone 265/75/R16 tires

- Warn winch with control cable & mount

- Aftermarket hitch (pulled from donor van)

- Steering column (pulled from donor van)

- (2) rear barn doors with good glass & painted to match

- Sliding side door with good glass & painted to match

- Driver door with good glass & painted to match

- New weatherstriping for all doors (still sitting in box from LMC)

- New marker/side lenses (still sitting in box)

- (4) Captain chairs (2 matching sets) - nice heavy duty base brackets that swivel

- Rear bench seat

- Complete factory A/C set up (pulled from donor van)

- Complete dash (pulled from donor van)

- (3) Dog houses (engine covers)

- Complete hydroboost brake set up (pulled from donor van)

- Roof mounted A/C units (pulled from motorhome)

- Propane heater (pulled from motorhome)

 

I have a few boxes of misc hardware/bolts/handles/mirrors/etc that you can have as well.

 

Finish building this please!

 

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