Apocalypse Van

Really, don’t YOU need an apocalypse vehicle?  Right now, this van looks like it already went through one, but the seller suggests it’s ready for whatever may come its way.

Here is the seller’s apocalyptic sales pitch:

“Need an appropriate vehicle for the apocalypse? Look no further! 
Bluey comes equipped with a rugged “been there – done that” look that’s sure to scare the crap out of anyone looking to steal your gasoline or women. 

with special features. . .

Helicopter loops for drop-ins!

Spiked license plate for ramming iron gates and/or zombies!

Intimidating jacked up rear end!

Pilot sticker garners respect!”

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Tempe, AZ
$1,250

Surface rust is minimal on this side.  Brake dust gives the impression of non-matching wheels (street cred).

Oops, the paint is almost non-existent on this side.

Carpeted engine cover looks tasty, along with 7-11 steering wheel cover.  Is that realtree on the driver’s seat?

The rest of the interior doesn’t look too bad, strangely enough.

This is the dream:  Even with two benches, there’s still enough room for some bodies or a game of spin the bottle.

Mmm-hmm.

Why don’t more sellers include useful images like this?

1988 Chevy G20 Van
V-8
Beauville edition 
1 Ton (converted from ¾)
all (most) receipts
Heart of a Tiger

This remarkable demonstration of American durability served as my daily vehicle for three years. I drove her to work and throughout the Phoenix valley everyday. She is not only a unique beauty, but a tireless worker as well. She’s what you are looking for.

The locks/lights/fan all work and the windows are in perfect shape. Has a trailer hitch and lights hookup. The door handles are broken (I was an arm wrestler). A tune up is first priority. She will also need attention to the fuel line (presumably), and new tires. You will probably want to update the front seats. An industrious person will see the potential to add air conditioning, a stereo, and some sweet rims.

Need an appropriate vehicle for the apocalypse? Look no further! 
Bluey comes equipped with a rugged “been there – done that” look that’s sure to scare the crap out of anyone looking to steal your gasoline or women. 

with special features. . .

Helicopter loops for drop-ins!

Spiked license plate for ramming iron gates and/or zombies!

Intimidating jacked up rear end!

Pilot sticker garners respect! 

Bluey is a great van, and she can be yours for the no-haggle price of $1,250.

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