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1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager, Burgandy, 3.3L LWB
Fully restored at 165kmiles.
Tranny should be good through 240kmiles before another rebuild.
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Spent 9 years in Arizona (very, very little rust) :thumb:
Seats and carpet in good condition
All power accessories fully functional

198,900miles (approx).
Presently located in Petersburg, Virginia (Richmond Virginia area)

Out of work, must sell :eekkkk:
$2500.00 obo :ask_wsign
PM me for pics and questions ....
 

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Nooooooooo!!! :(


Its the twin to the '90 my parents had (if it has the red interior, but ours didn't have the running boards). I wish they had kept it for me to use.
 

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Yup, Burgundy through and through .....
Even the floor mats are Burgundy ........
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Man if I only had the cash...


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Man if I only had the cash...
seems I'm in the same predicitment I'd totally buy the van as well, if I had the money.

and AZTraveller why not post pics up of the van, couldn't hurt in trying to sell it. :thumb:
 

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Tried to upload pics, but they're 1MB in size. Not sure how to reduce them.
 

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Yup, Burgundy through and through .....
Even the floor mats are Burgundy ........
:Wow1:
Lol I once blew up a ketchup packet in our old 90 and you couldn't even tell on the red cloth everywhere.
 

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Interesting thing about this. The carpets are in very good condition for their age. Even the rear 2 mats are very good. The passenger mat is also in very good condition, unfortunately, the driver's mat is worn, however, the carpet underneath it is excellent.
 

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HOw's These Pics ??????

100_1715.jpg 100_1713.jpg 100_1714.jpg
 

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Those pics I'd say are pretty good, and while the paint isn't in the greatest of shape, nor is the wood trim on it. the van does look good, don't see any rust, and nothing appears to be falling off from it. (paint is minor little bit of sanding and polishing and some wax can bring the paint back at least).

if I had the cash I'd buy it for sure. I'm sure you could jump in it tomorrow and take it anywhere in the US (or Canada) just from the looks of it from the outside.
 

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Due to the Extreme Sun in Arizona, the "Clear Coat" is crumbling in spots. I think a bit of Simonize Polish would bring a shine to what's remaining. If I had a buffer, I'd shine it up beautifully. The wood grain is in better condition than I've seen elsewhere, again, just needs a bit of polish to clean it up.
Starts right up, even if it's been sitting a week, or more.
 

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$2500???? :nut:

I'll bite my tongue
 

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Due to the Extreme Sun in Arizona, the "Clear Coat" is crumbling in spots. I think a bit of Simonize Polish would bring a shine to what's remaining. If I had a buffer, I'd shine it up beautifully. The wood grain is in better condition than I've seen elsewhere, again, just needs a bit of polish to clean it up.
Starts right up, even if it's been sitting a week, or more.
Oh yeah I'm not surprised really, not like theres many better looking 1st gens out there anymore. Not bad, my PT can be a little fussy after sitting for a week sometimes. (its a common PT thing for some reason)
$2500???? :nut:

I'll bite my tongue
Warning, biting your tongue may hurt....

ok now you can bite your tongue :nut:
 

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For the age it is in fantastic looking condition. Sorry to hear about your work situation Az. Allot of people are so short of basic living funds now it is ridiculous. We just had another round of layoffs at my work place last week. I made it through this set of cuts, but the next round will not be to merciful I am fearing. Hope someone takes you up on one good looking 90 thats for sure.

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Looks like its in great shape seems a 3.3 will last a long time but....i paid less than that for my 00 sport.

Good luck on the sale .

note to self, stop biting tongue
 

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I'm currently in Southern New Mexico. Using it as a daily commuter (highway speeds -- as you can see, the miles have gone up a bit). Loves to get up to speed and cruise. Something I've always liked about these vans is that a strong side wind doesn't deter it from staying in its lane. You can feel the wind gusts hit, but for some reason, it seems to automagically :eek: steer into it, with very little or no compensation from me.
Anyone want to make me an offer (obo) ?
 

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If it's running fine, why would you want to sell it and go through the **** of having to replace it and become re accustomed to a different animal? Just curious, since you don't list any other vehicles in your signature.
 

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Is is built in 89? If so, I'm looking for one as a project van which involves a 321HP Twin Turbo 3.0 Mitsu V6. If built in 90, I'm not really looking for that.
 
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