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Old 12-06-2017, 01:19 PM   #1
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2006 GMC Savana 4x4 Camper. New Suspension, well maintained.

In Salt Lake City.

Rare 4x4 Camper with barn doors on both sides. Similar to Quigley or basic Sportsmobile.

Runs great and has many new parts and upgrades. Most of the camper conversion has been done. I have just ran out of time and money to continue working on it so I need to sell it.

-No oil leaks.

-No rust.

-Lifted 6"

-New Fox 2.0 Adventure Shocks.

-New BBS Steering Kit and Stabilizer.

-New Tie Rods, Tie Rod Ends, Trackbar, misc parts.

-Chrome 20" rims with security lug nuts.

-"35 tires.

-2" Wheel spacers to accommodate oversize tires.

-Front axle is Dana 44 Heavy Duty, 4:10 Ratio.

-Rear axle is GM 14 bolt 9.5 (light duty 2500).

-All new gears and seals in differential and transfer case

-New oil in differential, engine and transfer case.

-New belts.

-New battery.

-New windshield.

-4 wheel disc Brakes. pads good. Some new parts on calipers.

-New stereo with DVD and input for backup cam. Needs install

-Bed with 2 hatches on top and sides to access storage.

-Sink- New pump needs to be installed - waste water drains outside. There's plenty of room for large fresh and gray water tanks under sink.

-Insulated interior.

-Has ceiling vents for circulation.

-AC works.

-Tow Hitch.

-Outside hookups for shore power.





Bad:
-Rotors need to be resurfaced.

-ABS and brake light on.

-Leaf spring bushing squeaking.

-Rear bumper cover missing a piece.

-Might need a wheel bearing.

PM me for more details or contact info.
Van is available on Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/2006-GMC-Savana/332476490322
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Old 12-09-2017, 12:48 AM   #2
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How's the engine? Transmission?
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Old 12-09-2017, 10:23 AM   #3
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Engine and trans are perfect and have no leaks. Don't need any belts or hoses either.
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