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I have a 1993 Other Voyager for sale, in USA - Maryland.

Mileage: 136,000 miles
Engine Size: 2.5


Asking price is $750/OBO


Seller Information: Jerry Johnson
Phone: (410) 491-9646
Email: [email protected]


Date: 08th April 2015
Username: INVUJerry
Full Name: Jerry L Johnson
City, State, Zip: Van is located in Forest Hill, MD
Contact: [email protected] 410-491-9646 I'm available sporatically throughout the day, and after 4:30PM EST. If you shoot me a text or leave a message I'll call back as available
Selling or Wanted Price: $750 OBO, but I'd take some money off for a good set of pizza wheels or crab wheels with decent tires.

Description: Selling my 1993 Voyager 2.5/5-speed.

The Good: I recently did an 11" brake upgrade on the front, and when I went to do the back brakes I ended up having to replace all the hard lines from the prop valve back. I used poly-armour brake lines to do it, so I wouldn't have to flare anything, it worked out pretty well. The van also has a class-3 hitch since I used it to tow a handful of times. It also has a set of 7-spoke neon wheels with 215/60/15 tires, the tires are starting to show some wear, they have tread though. Currently has an SRT-4 shifter mounted on the stock shifter base to bring it closer to the driver, along with booger bushings to get rid of the slop in the throw. Also has a "custom" exhaust with a cat delete, stock 2" up to a 2.5" core magnaflow then back to 2" out the back.

The Bad: The van currently more than likely has a cracked head, but at the very minimum has a very bad head gasket. When it first starts up it sputters and spits like one of the lifters isn't pumping up right away, and it idles pretty high. I think the front main seal is leaking some too, but there is a slight oil leak. The left rear wheel cylinder went bad after I replaced it. I have crimped the soft line with a set of vice grips so I could finish driving to where I was going, and never got around to fixing it so I stopped driving it. The passenger front door had a deer run into it. I bought a replacement door from the junkyard but never got around to swapping it out. Van also has random dents on the side from being in the city for a while. Also, there is a rust hole in the rocker in front of the driver's rear tire.

My wife was going to let me keep this but I just bought another project car and it's gotta go, insurance is going to go up since I have to keep them tagged and insured.
 

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CoupleOvans
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Why do they always gotta be too far away?
Free bump I guess.
 

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Yeah Wisconsin is a little too far for me to deliver it :/ sorry, but thanks.
 

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Yeah Wisconsin is a little too far for me to deliver it :/ sorry, but thanks.
I have a truck and trailer, you wouldn't have to come all the way.......:thumb:
 

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If needed im half way kinda i could save both a few hours drive time. Cover gas and id be good
In that case if it's still around in a couple weeks when we get our taxes back I'll be very interested.
 

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There's a person coming tomorrow to take a look, if they don't pick it up I'll let you know and keep you in the loop.
 

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Well, guy said he's coming to get it Monday, I'll update you all then.
 
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