The GMC Safari was a badge engineered version of the popular Chevrolet Astro, but it could be optioned without the tall greenhouse and glass windows — instead it has the panel sides of a
creeper work van. The Safari/Astro/Express wasn’t a large van, but it offered a frugal driving experience compared to a full sized van, and can still haul a bunch of junk…or be equipped with hidden surveillance equipment. Find this 2000 GMC Safari Van offered for $7850 in Santa Clara, CA via craigslist. Tip from Matthew.
This Safari started life as a simple panel van equipped with a 4.3 liter V6 mated to the
front rear wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission. However, it was customized for a private investigations company, who added a desk, extra batteries (for those long stake-outs) and a periscope.
It looks well done on the inside — and likely cost a pretty penny when new, but would be the perfect car to setup as a bug-out zombie apocalypse vehicle. You could keep an eye out for the undead while maintaining a low profile — which if Hollywood has taught me anything, it’s that you need to keep out of spotlight.
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