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For Sale in Poynette, WI

We have decided we have too many vehicles in our driveway, so one of my old vans needs to go (frankly I'd rather the new one goes given the experience we've had with it already, but she likes it).

There is my 1992 Dodge Caravan:



Which has 74,600 original miles. It's a 3.0 V6, 3-speed auto combo.
Recently did brakes and wheel bearings on all 4 corners, along with new shocks in the rear. Front suspension was checked as well.
Heat/AC work perfectly, it runs and drives beautifully.
Very smooth and quiet cruiser that gets very respectable economy.
Asking $3k obo.

That leads us up to my 1994 Voyager:



She shows 137k on the odo currently.
The 3.3L V6 was just refreshed about 1500 miles ago.
The trans was freshened when the motor work was getting done, with all new seals/gaskets/fluid/filter.
The body was just redone this spring.
The interior is in great shape.
Suspension was rebuilt about 30k ago, using all KYB and Moog parts, a 2" lift was added at this time as well.
The brakes have been redone, upgrading to Stoptech rotors with Akebono pads.
It has almost new 27x8.5x14 General Grabber ATX tires riding on Dodge Spirit wheels.
Custom made push bar loaded with Hella 500 lights.
Yakima roof rails with a Jeep Commander basket on top, custom painted to match.
Full 2.5" exhaust split into duals at the rear.

$3k firm on this one.

One of them needs to go per the wife's order. I'd prefer to see the Caravan go as I still have plans for the Voyager, but we'll see. We daily drive both of them, so the mileages will continue to go up. Both are extremely reliable.

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Discussion Starter #2
The 1992 Caravan has sold, so that means I keep the 1994 Voyager.
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