This 1977 GMC Vandura 3500 is a restored real-deal Pathfinder 4x4 van. So it has a very cool look that balances rugged features with a modern sense of style. And with a full custom interior that includes air conditioning, TVs, and a fold-flat bed, this go-anywhere van brings all the best comforts with it everywhere.
This GMC lets you know exactly what it is in the first impression. The Root Beer Brown paint is a popular modern color today, and at the same time, it has plenty of metallic to remind you of the best classic vans that cruised the boulevards in the 1970s. But you know this one could take you beyond Van Nuys Blvd and all the way through the Malibu Canyon. There are a ton of durable upgrades that are united in their darkness. It starts up front with the steel bumper that includes a bull bar, tow looks, LED lights, and an integrated winch. There's a similar beefy setup in the rear, too. The rockers and fender flares are done in rugged liner paint, and because this is a 3500-series van, the 17-inch wheels have an HD 8-lug set up. The side ladder takes you to the full roof rack that allows you to mount canoes, kayaks, a pop-up tent, or whatever you love best for an adventure. And the large LED light bars can practically turn night into day. The blackout grille, dark trim, and deeply tinted windows complete this well-coordinated dark side. It all makes for a sharp-looking custom that looks like it won't hesitate to get down to business. So you'll be quite happy with the way it looks no matter if you forge your own path to the campsite or just make your own parking space at your favorite tailgating event.
The interior makes sure that if you take this one camping, you can never say you're ""roughing it."" The tan vinyl with snakeskin style inserts look terrific on the upholstery, and the dash pad, side panels, and the full headliner were also done to match. The driver's seat is a true command position with a power adjusting high-back bucket seat, a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and a full set of Dolphin gauges. There are even cool modern features like a backup camera and push-button start. And cold-blowing air conditioning makes adventuring easy. The layout is where this longer 3500-series really shows its advantage. You get two rows of bucket seats, and there's still plenty of room behind that for the special bench that electronically folds flat into a queen-sized bed. Two integrated flat-screen TVs, a stereo system with Rockford Fosgate speakers, cup holders, and LED ambient lighting make sure you take the fun with you everywhere.
One of your favorite parts of this go-anywhere van will be the motor. It's a 400 cubic-inch V8, and the consignor states there's only about 165 miles since this was rebuilt. It also includes an Edelbrock AVS2 four-barrel carburetor, an upgraded intake, and a nice tune on the dual exhaust. So it's a fresh and robust heart, and that's a terrific power package on a van that likes to do more. The 4x4 system is a proper two-speed transfer case. You also have a lifted suspension, ProComp shocks, and a ProComp steering stabilizer. This was converted by Pathfinder when new, and that's an important distinction. Like Yenko was for a powerful Camaro, Pathfinder was basically like that for rugged off-road vans. So it's not just that you have a cool 4x4, but also one of the most celebrated names in 4x4 vans. And it's easy to show off this distinction with nice anytime driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
You're up for any adventure, and so is this classic GMC Vandura 4x4. So you know you can't miss this deal. Call today!!!