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1977 Plymouth Voyager PB200 shorty

1977 Plymouth Voyager PB200 shorty
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1977 Plymouth Voyager

1977 Plymouth Voyager PB200 shorty. $200 it the ONLY funds I will accept via paypal, the fees are too high. If you want to pay ALL THE FEES you can pay all via paypal. A $200 non refundable deposit is required via paypal within 3 days of the auction end. The remaining balance can be paid in cash at the time of pickup. This van must be picked up no later than the 20th of July. I'm going to list this here once and once only partly because of a personal time line but largely because of the ridiculous fees ebay charges. I also have this for sale locally and may pull it down at any time. Now that that's out of the way...I have a 77 Voyager that I'd like to keep but I really should sell for various reasons, so here it is. This is a Plymouth van! That makes it extra cool simply because of its rarity factor. I can't find numbers to completely back this up but I have heard that they were about a 10 to 1 ratio compared to the Dodge version. If you're a Mopar fan you have a good idea what this means. The basic stuff:318, automatic (727), 3/4 ton, 3.21 gear ratio, about 106,xxx miles, 11" rear brakes. Youtube link: https://youtu.be/xeQKQWQqxhI I have A LOT of pictures. If you want more let me know I can send more if the video doesn't show you enough.The cool stuff:This is an old conversion van that's still in real good condition (especially for its age). Carpet on the floor, carpet on the walls and yes carpet on the ceiling. The front seats are full swivel and full recline for the passenger. The rear seat flips down into a bed (does not fit some one 6'1"). There is a fairly new radio in it now from a previous owner and it works fine as do all 4 speakers. The rear tires are 255/60R15 and the fronts are 245/60R15. The paint is a quick cheap job, I'm not going to try to hid that fact. It looked like ass when I got it and it needed something to make it livable. The window tint falls into the same category, fast and cheap, but it helped out a lot. The rust is very minimal, especially for a Minnesota vehicle (see the pictures/video). With only a few dents, it sweetens the deal. Basically, everything works like it should except the fuel gauge. The van is not a power house but it drives nice, gets between 13 and 14+ MPG. I drive it on a regular basis and always gets positive comments everywhere I go with it. The new stuff:This van had not been on the road for at least 5 years before I got it so it needed a good going over to make it road worthy again. New front wheel bearings, calipers and brake hoses, spark plugs, cap & rotor, by-pass hose, alternator, belts, air filter, fuel filter, mirror heads, vent visors, radiator cap, lug nuts, carburetor kit, mud flaps, wiper blades, fresh oil change, U-joints. The radiator had been replaced shortly before it got parked, I flushed the entire system just because. I drained, cleaned and refilled the rear end (gears look nice).The needed stuff:The shocks are as old as you want to guess, and they show it. It needs a wheel alignment. The choke needs to be dialed in, it's a little cold blooded. The differential cover has a very small hole at the fill line, a quick smear of RTV was not enough to completely stop it. The valve seals are really bad, (smokes at start up when hot) but nothing could be easier to get at to repair than a small block in a van. The fuel gauge does not work but it is a steel tank and VansAuto.com sells a sending unit for this application. The carpet does need a real good steam cleaning to make it into a nice-looking driver. Unless you can show me a DD214 you'll need to get new license plates even if you live in Minnesota.The money stuff:$3000 for a mighty darn clean shorty Plymouth van is a mighty darn nice price. $200 it the ONLY funds I will accept via paypal, the fees are too high. If you want to pay ALL THE FEES you can pay all via paypal. A $200 non refundable deposit is required via paypal within 3 days of the auction end. The remaining balance can be paid in cash at the time of pickup.Other stuff:I'm probably forgetting a few things but when I remember I'll ad it. I have put around 1000 miles on it in the last month and nothing no new problems have showed up that weren't there 1000 miles ago. I have another shorty Plymouth 3/4 ton van that I have for a project to re-do soon and as much as I hate to admit it I don't really need to have two of them around.
Vehicle Details
  • Item location: Rushmore, Minnesota, United States
  • Year: 1977
  • Mileage: 106000
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Voyager
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine: 318
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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