1998 Chevrolet 200 Versatile.
68,500 miles runs beautifully.
Smogged in CA Nov 2019, registered until Nov. 2020
Body in good condition.
All the standard 200 Versatile features except generator.
Permanent bed set up in the back with new mattress Jan 2020.
We purchased this in October 2019 to replace our dying 89D190V and have decided that the 200 is just “Too Much Van” for the way we use it. It is great for long stays and full timers, but we find we have no need of the large fridge, the shower, hot water or the house A/C for our weekend trips to Bahá’í communities in the far north of California. So we will try again, only less impulsively this time, and look for a more basic, smaller unit. Listed 21Jun20 (Ad #284)Go Back
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