Asking Price: $7,800
- Year: 1991
- Model: Not Listed
- Odometer: Not Listed
- Engine: V8
- Transmission: Auto
- City/Area: Vancouver
- State/Region: British Columbia
- Contact Name: Not Provided
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I’m selling my customized 1990 GMC Getaway Camper Van. We just took it on a surf road trip down to Southern California and it’s ready for its next road trip.
I’ve spent a lot of time fixing it up mechanically. Here is a quick list of what I’ve done mechanicly in the past few months:
New tires x3
New oil/filter (Sept 6th 2017)
New coolant (May 1st 2017)
New PCV Valve (June 15th 2017)
New oil pressure sensor (June 15th 2017)
New engine temp sensor (Aug 20th 2017)
Cleaned and rebuilt throttle body and installed new gaskets (used to run rough and sometimes stall while idling, now it runs perfect)
When I bought it it has some cosmetic lower body rust (the frame is unaffected), I’ve cut out a few of the bad areas and primered over them to stop the rust spread.
The interior has been gutted down to the insulation and rebuilt with wood siding. I also gutted the old carpeting and replaced the floor with beautiful heavy duty waterproof ISOCORE wood paneling.
I’ve installed a new deep cell battery (that recharges when the van is running) and a new 1500W power inverter to run household appliances, charge laptops, etc.
Originally it came with a fridge, a furnace, and a built in stove, but honestly that stuff just took up space and didn’t work very well. I removed all the built in appliances and rebuilt the space inside to be much more ergonomic and practical. A portable propane stove and a cooler honestly work way better than a built in system, and I use a 5 gal water bottle/pump for clean drinking water instead of the old sink. The water pump and holding tank are still installed but I use them to hose off wetsuits… not to drink from.
Just installed a new BMW speaker system because the original one from 1990 was blown. I also installed an aux input for your digital music collection. Comes with a USB charger in the front and 2 in the back.
Lots of storage space. Fits 2-3 surfboards inside on the ceiling. Or you can strap them to the roof