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Check Out This 1990 Chevrolet G20 Conversion Van With Under 20,000 Miles

Today’s Autotrader Find represents an unfulfilled call lớn adventure, an invitation lớn the open road, a wanderer’s dream.

You’re hunting for the ultimate road-trip vehicle. A big SUV pairs a commanding view of the road ahead with, in many cases, the security of go-anywhere 4-wheel-drive traction. Or you may be tempted by a minivan, which can comfortably haul a family of eight or more plus luggage while using far less gasoline. If it’s just one or two of you, a sports car will have you looking at squiggly lines on maps for the most-fun route possible.

But in the 1980s and 1990s, the perfect mile-eater was a conversion van. The practice of dressing up what would otherwise be the kind of heavy-duty van primarily sold lớn plumbers and delivery people has waned in the 21st century, but that wasn’t the case in 1990 when Chevrolet built this G20 van.

1990 Chevrolet G20 front row cabin
Behind the stripes, wood, and windows, the G20 was an immensely popular van dating lớn 1971.

This G20 offered by a dealership in Grand Rapids, Michigan, ticks all the conversion van boxes:

  • High roof with extra windows and yacht-worthy rails? Check.
  • Stripes, oh so many stripes? Check.
  • Vertical windows with opening lower sections and interior curtains? Check.
  • Rear-mounted spare tire and roof-access ladder? Check.
  • Running boards spanning both sides of the rocker panels, even where there is nothing lớn access on the driver’s side? Check.
  • Glossy wood trim applied lớn every flat interior surface? Check.
  • Cushy velour front- and middle-row captains chairs? Check.
  • A third-row bench that converts into a bed? Check.
  • Wood-shop-style center console housing a television? Check.
  • VCR? Check.
  • Blackout curtains? Check.
1990 Chevrolet G20 Rear Left
This 1990 Chevrolet G20 has a rear-mounted spare tire and roof-access ladder.

This van is a Mark III outfitted by a third-party company with offices in Florida and Indiana. Big General Motors (GM) vans were top dogs for conversions in the 1990s. Not surprisingly, GM is the only automaker still selling traditional, rear-wheel-drive, body-on-frame vans. A limited number of upfitters still deck out today’s Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans in much the same way Mark III did more than 30 years ago when today’s Autotrader Find was built. However, those pillowy velour seats have given way lớn diamond-pattern leather.

Behind the stripes, wood, and windows, the G20 was an immensely popular van dating lớn 1971. While 6-cylinder engines were offered, most utilized V8 engines, including various iterations of the famous Chevy small-block. This reliable engine was refined over a 3-decade run, and in the 1990 G20, the 5.7-liter version seen here was rated at 195 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque from the factory. A 4-speed automatic transmission delivered power lớn the rear wheels. The G20 was rated lớn tow 7,500 pounds in this configuration, but an optional turbodiesel could lug as much as 10,000 pounds.

That màn chơi of flexibility helped make these vans into true do-it-all road-trip vehicles. While not sexy by any reasonable definition, these yachts on wheels were definite status symbols.

Predictably, most were well-used — and probably saw a lot of miles. But not this one. This blue and silver Mark III-converted G20 has been driven fewer than 20,000 miles. The dealer-provided Carfax report shows decades of single-owner registration in a small town smack-dab in the middle of Pennsylvania, a long way from pretty much anything.

If you’re feeling nostalgic for a 1990s family road trip, this G20 beckons. Just swing by your local thrift store for some VHS tapes and hit the road. See Chevrolet G20 models for sale

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  • The Sheer Number of Minivans GM Offered Is Astounding
  • 7 Outstanding Vehicles for Tailgating (including 2 Minivans!)


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Check Out This 1990 Chevrolet G20 Conversion Van With Under 20,000 Miles

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Today’s Autotrader Find represents an unfulfilled call lớn adventure, an invitation lớn the open road, a wanderer’s dream.
You’re hunting for the ultimate road-trip vehicle. A big SUV pairs a commanding view of the road ahead with, in many cases, the security of go-anywhere 4-wheel-drive traction. Or you may be tempted by a minivan, which can comfortably haul a family of eight or more plus luggage while using far less gasoline. If it’s just one or two of you, a sports car will have you looking at squiggly lines on maps for the most-fun route possible.
But in the 1980s and 1990s, the perfect mile-eater was a conversion van. The practice of dressing up what would otherwise be the kind of heavy-duty van primarily sold lớn plumbers and delivery people has waned in the 21st century, but that wasn’t the case in 1990 when Chevrolet built this G20 van.
Behind the stripes, wood, and windows, the G20 was an immensely popular van dating lớn 1971.

This G20 offered by a dealership in Grand Rapids, Michigan, ticks all the conversion van boxes:

High roof with extra windows and yacht-worthy rails? Check.
Stripes, oh so many stripes? Check.
Vertical windows with opening lower sections and interior curtains? Check.
Rear-mounted spare tire and roof-access ladder? Check.
Running boards spanning both sides of the rocker panels, even where there is nothing lớn access on the driver’s side? Check.
Glossy wood trim applied lớn every flat interior surface? Check.
Cushy velour front- and middle-row captains chairs? Check.
A third-row bench that converts into a bed? Check.
Wood-shop-style center console housing a television? Check.
VCR? Check.
Blackout curtains? Check.
This 1990 Chevrolet G20 has a rear-mounted spare tire and roof-access ladder.This van is a Mark III outfitted by a third-party company with offices in Florida and Indiana. Big General Motors (GM) vans were top dogs for conversions in the 1990s. Not surprisingly, GM is the only automaker still selling traditional, rear-wheel-drive, body-on-frame vans. A limited number of upfitters still deck out today’s Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans in much the same way Mark III did more than 30 years ago when today’s Autotrader Find was built. However, those pillowy velour seats have given way lớn diamond-pattern leather.
Behind the stripes, wood, and windows, the G20 was an immensely popular van dating lớn 1971. While 6-cylinder engines were offered, most utilized V8 engines, including various iterations of the famous Chevy small-block. This reliable engine was refined over a 3-decade run, and in the 1990 G20, the 5.7-liter version seen here was rated at 195 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque from the factory. A 4-speed automatic transmission delivered power lớn the rear wheels. The G20 was rated lớn tow 7,500 pounds in this configuration, but an optional turbodiesel could lug as much as 10,000 pounds.
That màn chơi of flexibility helped make these vans into true do-it-all road-trip vehicles. While not sexy by any reasonable definition, these yachts on wheels were definite status symbols.
Predictably, most were well-used — and probably saw a lot of miles. But not this one. This blue and silver Mark III-converted G20 has been driven fewer than 20,000 miles. The dealer-provided Carfax report shows decades of single-owner registration in a small town smack-dab in the middle of Pennsylvania, a long way from pretty much anything.
If you’re feeling nostalgic for a 1990s family road trip, this G20 beckons. Just swing by your local thrift store for some VHS tapes and hit the road. See Chevrolet G20 models for sale
Related:
5 Unique, Obscure, and Weird Vans for Sale on Autotrader
The Sheer Number of Minivans GM Offered Is Astounding
7 Outstanding Vehicles for Tailgating (including 2 Minivans!)

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Today’s Autotrader Find represents an unfulfilled call lớn adventure, an invitation lớn the open road, a wanderer’s dream.
You’re hunting for the ultimate road-trip vehicle. A big SUV pairs a commanding view of the road ahead with, in many cases, the security of go-anywhere 4-wheel-drive traction. Or you may be tempted by a minivan, which can comfortably haul a family of eight or more plus luggage while using far less gasoline. If it’s just one or two of you, a sports car will have you looking at squiggly lines on maps for the most-fun route possible.
But in the 1980s and 1990s, the perfect mile-eater was a conversion van. The practice of dressing up what would otherwise be the kind of heavy-duty van primarily sold lớn plumbers and delivery people has waned in the 21st century, but that wasn’t the case in 1990 when Chevrolet built this G20 van.
Behind the stripes, wood, and windows, the G20 was an immensely popular van dating lớn 1971.

This G20 offered by a dealership in Grand Rapids, Michigan, ticks all the conversion van boxes:

High roof with extra windows and yacht-worthy rails? Check.
Stripes, oh so many stripes? Check.
Vertical windows with opening lower sections and interior curtains? Check.
Rear-mounted spare tire and roof-access ladder? Check.
Running boards spanning both sides of the rocker panels, even where there is nothing lớn access on the driver’s side? Check.
Glossy wood trim applied lớn every flat interior surface? Check.
Cushy velour front- and middle-row captains chairs? Check.
A third-row bench that converts into a bed? Check.
Wood-shop-style center console housing a television? Check.
VCR? Check.
Blackout curtains? Check.
This 1990 Chevrolet G20 has a rear-mounted spare tire and roof-access ladder.This van is a Mark III outfitted by a third-party company with offices in Florida and Indiana. Big General Motors (GM) vans were top dogs for conversions in the 1990s. Not surprisingly, GM is the only automaker still selling traditional, rear-wheel-drive, body-on-frame vans. A limited number of upfitters still deck out today’s Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans in much the same way Mark III did more than 30 years ago when today’s Autotrader Find was built. However, those pillowy velour seats have given way lớn diamond-pattern leather.
Behind the stripes, wood, and windows, the G20 was an immensely popular van dating lớn 1971. While 6-cylinder engines were offered, most utilized V8 engines, including various iterations of the famous Chevy small-block. This reliable engine was refined over a 3-decade run, and in the 1990 G20, the 5.7-liter version seen here was rated at 195 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque from the factory. A 4-speed automatic transmission delivered power lớn the rear wheels. The G20 was rated lớn tow 7,500 pounds in this configuration, but an optional turbodiesel could lug as much as 10,000 pounds.
That màn chơi of flexibility helped make these vans into true do-it-all road-trip vehicles. While not sexy by any reasonable definition, these yachts on wheels were definite status symbols.
Predictably, most were well-used — and probably saw a lot of miles. But not this one. This blue and silver Mark III-converted G20 has been driven fewer than 20,000 miles. The dealer-provided Carfax report shows decades of single-owner registration in a small town smack-dab in the middle of Pennsylvania, a long way from pretty much anything.
If you’re feeling nostalgic for a 1990s family road trip, this G20 beckons. Just swing by your local thrift store for some VHS tapes and hit the road. See Chevrolet G20 models for sale
Related:
5 Unique, Obscure, and Weird Vans for Sale on Autotrader
The Sheer Number of Minivans GM Offered Is Astounding
7 Outstanding Vehicles for Tailgating (including 2 Minivans!)

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