A Dodge Caravan El Camino, an Excalibur and a ’51 Ford Ranchero walk into a bar. The bartender says…I picked the wrong week to stop huffing paint. Wow. Tipper Matt C (who found this by searching for who knows what) put a crisp summary of the seller’s faceplace marketbork listing here: A Dodge Caravan pickup conversion for $9000, looks fairly well done. A ’51 Ford also converted to a pickup for $12000, looks like more of a hack job. And wait, there’s also an Excalibur kit car for $13000, looking like a prewar Mercedes that has put on a considerable amount of weight and been stuffed full of seriously downmarket interior. In other words, like a typical Excalibur.
From the seller:
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Minivan 4D
Listed 18 hours ago in Panama City, FL
About This Vehicle
Driven 75,000 miles
Exterior color: Green · Interior color: Grey
Fuel type: Gasoline
16.0 MPG city · 23.0 MPG highway · 19.0 MPG combined
2002 Dodge Caravan ‘Camino Style’ PRICE IS AT THE BOTTOM OF LISTING ((1 of 1 built)) – full power 6 cyl auto ,pdbrakes ,p.steering cruise,tilt air,-unique .chrome wheels.95% done.driver now..Not for the shy person,,this draws attention moving or sitting at a light. might trade ! PRICE IS 9K or serious serious ”offer.”.Also have my Excalibur Convertible -all GM power train- V8, auto, ps , pdb, tilt ,deluxe interior 6 wire wheels with Cooper Wide white wall tires. luggage rack,perfect top with custom boot. and more ,,, must see – 13k was 18k now 13k. Also a 1951 FORD custom built ”1 of 1 ‘Ranchero Style -$12K—Consider pre 1972 trades ,no cycles, atv, motor homes, ugly dogs or your ‘X’ wife–ok, will consider if she owns a liquor store ‘smile’.
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