For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet G20 in St. Louis, Missouri

Vehicle Description

Fellow Deadheads, you may have witnessed this van parked at any number of Grateful Dead concerts prior to 1995. It has reportedly traveled to at least 15 different shows. Now, it's here at MotoeXotica Classic Cars.

Originally built in General Motors' Pontiac, Michigan factory (VIN code P), this second-generation van has been redecorated from stock about 12 years ago as the current psychedelic images were added over the original patina, inside and out.

The paint and trim are in overall very good order and really looks good over the original patina but the van needs some TLC in places. The engine bay is satisfactory while the cargo area is in good, original order. A surfboard is affixed to the roof.

This van rolls on Hankook Optimo wide whitewall radials mounted on custom, black alloy wheels with silver center pieces for show only. The wheels are all in very good order.

In the "doghouse" between the front seat is a 230 CID inline six-cylinder engine with dual electric cooling fans. Backing the motor is a three-speed, column-mounted transmission and a 3.07:1 rear end.

Inside is a color scheme only found in people's wildest dreams. The blue, cloth captains' chair and the rear bench seats are from a donor 1992 Chevy van. While the gauges are left standard with working aftermarket gauges, very little else inside was left stock. The spiral wire items protruding from the transmission tunnel serve as cupholder while the column shifter ends in gambling dice. The two-spoke steering wheel watches you diligently and three of the ancillary gauges are mounted underneath.

The aftermarket stereo is not operable, as are the speedometer, tach, wipers and A/C.

The second-generation Chevrolet Sportvan began with the 1967 model, with a new look to the vehicle and the availability of longer 108-inch wheelbase versions as well as an optional V-8 engine for the first time. The headlamps were relocated into a new grille; the rectangular tail lights were enlarged, and the curved windshield was new. The forward-control cab design was retained, but the doghouse was widened and lengthened to fit the optional V-8 Chevrolet small-block engine. Engine cooling was improved with the redesigned doghouse; a larger optional crossflow radiator, and a redesigned front floor tunnel to provide more outside air to the radiator.

The original short-wheelbase,90 inches, and the new, long wheelbase, or 108-inch vans came with a 5 � 4-3/4" lug bolt pattern. An addition for 1967 was the G20 heavy-duty 3/4-ton version. The G-20 featured heavier suspension, a 12-bolt rear axle and increased hauling capability with wheels having a six-lug bolt pattern. The G20 model was available only on the 108-inch wheelbase version.

For 1967, the 230 CID inline-six engine was now standard. Brakes were now upgraded to a safer split system, including a dual reservoir master cylinder and power brakes were optional on the G20 3/4-ton vans.

Competition to this G20 in 1967 included Dodge's A108, Ford's Econoline, GMC's Handi-Van and Volkswagen's Type 2 Bus.

Whether you're a Deadhead, or a Touchhead or any kind of fan in-between, you should check out this '67 Chevy G20 van to add to your collection or to buy as a rolling conversation piece. Stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check it out!

VIN: GS267P133604

This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 84,619 miles since restored. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!

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Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Chevrolet G20
  • Listing ID: CC-1826570
  • Price: $25,900
  • Location:St. Louis, Missouri
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:G20
  • Exterior Color:Multi
  • Interior Color:Blue Cloth
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:84619
  • Stock Number:240112
  • VIN:GS267P133604
Listed By:
MotoeXotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr
St. Louis, MO 63028

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