This a one of a kind van that was originally built for the surf brand Hurley (Nike brand).
I bought the van from Hurley and completely went through the vehicle to make it very (on and off) road worthy.
When I bought it, they had put a new engine in it (currently at 2,500 miles).
Here's a list of the mods:
- Base color is the "Hurley / Eric Haze" paint job (very high quality)
- Wrap is "Punk" theme
- 4 wheel disc brakes
- Quigley 4x4 conversion
- Powder-coated all rails, bumpers, roof rack, exhaust covers and grille using all stainless steel hardware to re-attach every piece.
- Fully re-built transfer case
- New "Warn" front hub lockers
- Complete service and check up of front and rear axle's, drive train etc...
- All new interior, including high quality laminate floor, door panels and carpet in cab.
- All new Kicker stereo system
- New wheels (Method Racing) and tires
- NO LEAKS!
NOTE: BIKE NOT INCLUDED
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