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Late-model custom Vans

Top 3 Vans from last 3 years

Late-model custom Vans
Posted March 9 2009 10:42 AM by DanWard-Editor 
Filed under: Editorials, About Features/Should-Be Features, Past Events, Chevy, Blessings and Beatings

dodge caravan

Response from the VAN community has been great recently and it got me thinking of the 3 best vans we have featured in the last 3 years. Here they are. Notice all 3 combine current custom trends.   

chevy express
ford econoline

I'm curious to see how much hate comments I'll receive after saying this, but does anyone agree that the older VANS would look better with newer, larger wheels filling the wheel wells and if some of the mods were more current?

I look at these 3 vans and see custom suspensions, big wheels, clean paint, great interiors- all the things a Truckin' reader looks for without the (here is comes) Van stereotypes that so many of you have commented on- such as "hippies, long-hairs, and Scooby-do Van guys." I think if more vans were being built like these, more guys, especially the younger crowd would be more interested in vans. I understand many of the older vans have a history and large amounts of money invested...but how about a refresh with some modern touches?


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