1. ReggisH
    October 29, 2017 @ 3:46 pm

    Let me understand this … they pulled the seats out, laid unfinished plywood in the back, pinned up some ugly fabric over the windows, and piled the interior with their crap – and they call it a camper. I assume the 10,000 miles was logged following Phish around the country. I guess anything can be a camper. Would it be that hard to clean out the thing before you try to sell it? Wait, cleaning it out would expose that it's nothing more than a van without seats. It's a used 177k mile van that is worth less than the same van with a complete interior (which is worth about $600). Oh, and there may be a carbon monoxide leak inside. Enjoy your trip.

    • Anonymous
      March 22, 2018 @ 12:40 am

      🙁 I own this van now. Its a real charmer. Super clean and well executed. In great mechanical shape.
      The owner was monastic illustrator and a truly brilliant light.

      Hope you figure out what has you so bothered.

  2. BarbaraPaddles
    October 29, 2017 @ 5:47 pm

    You know, when you look at the engineering in these things:
    -supercharged: supercharger is engaged on-demand by an electromagnetic clutch
    -mid engine
    -very aero
    -Toyota reliability
    -no live axle
    -lotsa room, swivel, recline? buckets, armrests
    -dual moonroofs
    -ice-maker/refrigerator that doubled as a beverage heater
    -first van to pass all US safety standards
    -a rally school classroom seating 8
    for 22 years ago who else offered anyting like this mini cross-country snow demon?
    Camping, not camper.

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