2004 Chevrolet GT Classic Starcraft
Fully loaded top-of-the-range Dayvan with electric bed; TV; leather; everything you can think of although we couldn't find a kitchen sink!; LPG power for economy
This range-topping Dayvan was first registered in 2004 and came to the UK in 2009. We don't know a lot about its early life - but the odometer shows a mere 72,722 miles which is entirely believable.
Whoever bought it in the first place must have had deep pockets, for it is specified with everything you can think of. The seats are trimmed in leather, it has an electric rear sofabed and two fabulously comfortable 'captains' chairs. These can easily be removed.
Up front, the leather seats are heated. Being an American vehicle, it also has powerful a/c and as many cup holders as you could dream of. Faux wood adornments are everwhere. The interior also has overhead lockers, cubby holes wherever you look, mood lighting, a DV-AC 300w inverter, window blinds and a great big telly with a video player, DVD/CD/MP3 player and a stereo system in the rear.
It has two barn doors each side for easy access, ventilation windows on the side and at the rear and a sweet sounding rumbly V8 of 5.3-litres up front, which has an LPG conversion. The van also has a tow bar holder built in at the rear, but no ball or electrics that we could see and a set of reversing sensors. Bidders are advised that the engine check light comes and goes but it runs very sweetly and drives as a low mileage (72,722miles) van should. It has an MOT until February 2022 with just a minor advisory for handbrake adjustment.
You can find these Dayvans for sale across Europe with intagalactic mileage for a small fortune, making this well presented example look exceptional value, especially when set against other classic campers we can think of. This is the perfect bit of kit for crossing Continents.
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Reg No: LW53 PAW
Chassis Number: 1GBFG15T041210083
Engine Size: 5300
Docs: V5C; MOT February 2022; remote controls etc
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