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Old 06-04-2013, 10:06 PM   #1
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the time has come to sell my van. its a 08 gmc savanna van cutaway with a csv walk in body body, ladder racks and still clears 9ft. duramax diesel with 88k so not even broken in, also its got the chrome appearance package, tilt cruise, dvd, navi and ipod with back up camera., three brand new batteries.new shocks. custom rhino lining inside all the out and over the bumper. asking 25k new it was 40k
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:25 PM   #2
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Any pictures of your vehicle? Why are you selling it?
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:30 PM   #3
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ya know i stink at posting pic but its a clean as new and its a reading csv body, ya know the type with the walk in back and cabinets outside. but its no taller than a regular van. its really nice but i work for the utility company now in the office so the amount of side work i do now doesnt warrarnt the van anymore plus my pickup motor launched itself into oblivion so im driving the van EVERYWHERE now and its getting old. dont get me wrong i love it but not to the office and with the new born i need a place for the car seat. i was gonna buy a used crew cab diesel and later on put racks and a utility bed on to do side work. i can get a used truck for like 18k.
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ya know i stink at posting pic but its a clean as new and its a reading csv body, ya know the type with the walk in back and cabinets outside.
Take picture. Connect camera to pc. Upload pic to "Picture folder".
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ya know i stink at posting pic but its a clean as new and its a reading csv body, ya know the type with the walk in back and cabinets outside. but its no taller than a regular van. its really nice but i work for the utility company now in the office so the amount of side work i do now doesnt warrarnt the van anymore plus my pickup motor launched itself into oblivion so im driving the van EVERYWHERE now and its getting old. dont get me wrong i love it but not to the office and with the new born i need a place for the car seat. i was gonna buy a used crew cab diesel and later on put racks and a utility bed on to do side work. i can get a used truck for like 18k.
What happened to your truck exactly? And what are the specs on it? Also, you should join www.fullsizechevy.com, you could post your van there and get more bites.
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A five year old work van for 25K? Wow!

Service records? Carfax?
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nothing happen. my dad own his own shop so i have taken care if since i ordered it and im a diesel man, plus a gear head so i dont like when air in the tires get low. i just dont need the van anymore. i have a office job and a kid. a crew cab truck will suit me better. ya the van brandnew when i orderd it was 40k. 8k just for the diesel. no dents or dings. i always washed it once a week. always maintained. fuel air and oil always done.
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specs are
1 ton
9600gvwr
g-80 rearend (posi)
chrome appearance packge
power windows
tilt and cruise
dvd,cd,navi,ipod, back up camera
auto locks on body with illuminated cabinets
a/c
hid headlights
6.6l duramax diesel
reading low profile csv body with ladder racks
block heater
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When I first seen this thread I thought B4T was selling rented goods
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ill get a pic when it stops raining!!!
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Is it red?
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do you want it red?
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