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Groovy Summit White and Turquoise 1994 Chevy G20 is inexpensive and ready for a road trip

Perhaps one of the most well-known appearances of the Chevrolet / GMC G-series vans has to do with the GMC Vandura being the vehicle of choice for Team A’s Mr. T. Otherwise, the Chevrolet van has lived a long and fruitful life. between 1964 and 1996, when it passed the baton to the Chevy Express / GMC Savana range.

With so many years of production, it makes perfect sense that sometimes the Chevrolet Van has gone places … where no one dared to go before. Case in point, this 1994 G20 has undergone an obvious and thorough conversion procedure at Sherry Designs of Piqua, Ohio. Right now it’s up for grabs at Garage Kept Motors, based in Grand Rapids, Mich., And it could be the most eye-catching vehicle in their inventory.

If not for the heritage, at least for the look, because what we have here is really … something. The G20 was originally dressed in Summit White over Gray. But, after the conversion procedure, it turned into a Summit White / turquoise on (way too) turquoise Chevy Van. We really can’t talk about the highlights as we’re always busy laughing out loud at the incredible amount of turquoise inside. But we’ll give it a shot.

So, it turns out that the G20 was sold directly by Chevrolet after the conversion, and it now has a rather normal odometer of almost 80,000 miles (around 128,000 km). This only makes sense, considering that this Chevrolet Van could really be something to consider only when you are a die-hard road trip enthusiast. This way you don’t stay too long in one place and it probably guarantees less malicious remarks …

Regardless, everything looks (almost) pristine both on the outside and especially on the inside, with the G20 also containing the RVA2 equipment group, a trio of huge side windows, 15 inch factory chrome steels and a “crushed velvet”Turquoise upholstery for the seven seats. Under the hood hides a traditional 5.7-liter V8 engine that should be the next owner’s worry.

Instead, that turquoise padding looks like a bigger deal, unlike the price – which is almost too low to believe at just $ 14,900!