This 1977 Chevrolet G20 Shorty Van is a bit of timeless fun. It's
got that cool classic cruiser look, small block V8 power, and the
kind of interior upgrades that makes this ready for a whole weekend
If you understand vannin' then you should immediately get excited
for this Chevy's style. The silver and blue two-tone is an awesome
custom look. It's nicely detailed with lace pattern within the blue
and an overall metallic shine that radiates off the big/smooth
sides. There's also great custom touches, like the chin spoiler,
fender flares, full-length running boards, and iconic Cragar
Keystone wheels. It's the kind of overall style that makes you
proud to cruise Van Nuys Blvd. But within this cool looks is also
the substance of useful Chevy. That's why you have wide towing
mirrors and a proper trailer hitch.
If you're going to be king of the road, you need a proper throne.
That's why the front has two plush captain's chairs with individual
armrests. These are more great features, like an AM/FM/cassette
stereo, provisions for factory air conditioning (will need
servicing,) an overhead console, sunroof, and a tilt steering
column. Behind the seats is a true 1970s interior complete with
shag carpeting! It's an absolutely retro-cool look with wood
paneling and a design that will make people remember spending days
on the open road. And this one is still set up for adventure with
everything from a pump sink to a rear bench seat that folds into a
Chevy's 350 cubic-inch V8 is the right partner for a stout and
torquey powerplant. You can tell it has been maintained correctly
over the years by the way it runs smoothly like a proper road
machine should. Plus, you have a three-speed automatic
transmission, power brakes, and front discs.
This Chevy Van represents a cool part of custom car culture that
has continues to have a strong following. Call today!!!