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Camper Van

$6,000.00

Burbank, California

Year 1992

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1992 Astro Camper VanIt's one of a kind. It is incredible how it is so small and yet has all the components it has. It's a 6 cylinder gas saver. It sleeps 4 adults. When the pop top is lifted, two adults can sleep on top. When bench seat is extended two more can sleep on the bottom. Van has a total of 5 seat belts. The entertaining system is brand new (receipt available). The stereo has Bluetooth. Mp3's and DVD's can all be read. Van has added speakers all around. Camper has so much that I don't know where to start. Toilet, toilet hose included, shower, sink, microwave, stove, stove fan, water heater, two different tables, two swiveling captain chairs, 10 inch DVD screen, refrigerator, and microwave. Windows have screens and are tinted for privacy. Curtains cover 100% of the inside. It has a tow hitch. Comes with a bike rack. Volvoline gave it a thumbs up on all outside components(wipers, lights, signals, lights etc) after giving it an oil change. It had the spark plugs, rotor, and filters changed on 11-06-15. All receipts are available. It passed the smog test at the same time, so it is ready for registration. The RV tires and rims are new (receipts available). Van only has 76,000 miles. It runs very smoothly. And because it is only 16 ft in length and just a bit over 6 ft in height-- it is a breeze getting around town. It is an awesome little camper. I lost count of how many people mentioned that they have never seen one of these. By the way, the front has been modified. Van does not look like a typical 1992. It has the look of a newer model. Vehicle was not in an accident. Previous owner had time on his hands, and put them to good use on the tiniest of camper vans. Title is clean and smog has just been done.

1997 chevy astro awd.

$9,995.00

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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600 pound wheelchair lift minimal motion hand controls raised roof. Awd

1987 Aerolite Astro Base

$7,995.00

Leon Valley, Texas

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1987 Aerolite Astro Base, This is a very unique RV. It is small and easy to drive, but has everything you could want in an RV (generator, toilet, shower, sleeps 4, kitchen, living area and much more! It is built on a Chevy Astro chassis and has a gas v6 motor under the hood (with new belts, alternator, and battery) and an overdrive transmission to get you down the road. A good friend of mine owns an 87 Astro van. He has over 300,000 miles on its original motor! He still travels a lot in this van all over the United States. With that being said, I'd say this little RV is just broke in! His van still give him 20 mpg in town and 22 on the highway. His van is small than this RV so the RV's mpg will be less. I do not know the exact mpg this RV will give you but I do know it will be at least twice what a bigger coach would? I also know driving conditions will effect the mpg. The exterior of this unit is in fair to rough condition as pictured. The paint is not perfect as pictured (it is blotchy, cracks and dull). Tires have plenty of tread life left but have sidewall dryness (I'd replace them for a quiet, smooth ride they are small tires that are cheap to buy).The interior of this unit is in avg. condition as pictured. This unit has a nice layout and makes great use of space. There is plenty of storage space in this unit. Carpet and upholstery are in avg. condition, lots of spots.All systems check out fine in this unit. The roof air(s) that runs on electric if plugged into shore power or can run off electric the generator produces while traveling down the road is cold. The fridge that runs off electric from shore power or generator as well as propane that is stored under coach in a tank is cold. Plumbing and electric work fine as pictured. The Chevy V6 motor starts right up and has plenty of power. The automatic transmission with overdrive shifts smoothly as it should. The brakes stop the coach on a dime. All used units have negatives, lets talk about this ones. Paint is not perfect as pictured on exterior. Leaked at one time and stained trim inside coach by rear window as pictured. Dash a/c and fridge are not cold. Needs exterior cover over H2o heater.In summary, Little coach needs some tlc, but it is a very unique rv that is fuel efficient and easy to drive! Nice little RV that is fully equipped! Very hard to find ones like this (first I've seen in 14 years). Neat little coach that can be used as is or imagine what you'd have after you've fixed it up! Most of what it needs is cosmetic and should not cost that much to do, but will make a tremendous difference!!After payment is received the winning bidder of this unit can store it with me at no charge for up to 30 days. If more time is needed please check with me before bidding. We are located approx.10 miles from the San Antonio International airport.I check and reply to my e-mails normally several times a day, my name is Clint. E-mails work best with my schedule so please e-mail your

1987 Aerolite Astro Base

$7,995.00

Leon Valley, Texas

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1987 Aerolite Astro Base, This is a very unique RV. It is small and easy to drive, but has everything you could want in an RV (generator, toilet, shower, sleeps 4, kitchen, living area and much more! It is built on a Chevy Astro chassis and has a gas v6 motor under the hood (with new belts, alternator, and battery) and an overdrive transmission to get you down the road. A good friend of mine owns an 87 Astro van. He has over 300,000 miles on its original motor! He still travels a lot in this van all over the United States. With that being said, I'd say this little RV is just broke in! His van still give him 20 mpg in town and 22 on the highway. His van is small than this RV so the RV's mpg will be less. I do not know the exact mpg this RV will give you but I do know it will be at least twice what a bigger coach would? I also know driving conditions will effect the mpg. The exterior of this unit is in fair to rough condition as pictured. The paint is not perfect as pictured (it is blotchy, cracks and dull). Tires have plenty of tread life left but have sidewall dryness (I'd replace them for a quiet, smooth ride they are small tires that are cheap to buy).The interior of this unit is in avg. condition as pictured. This unit has a nice layout and makes great use of space. There is plenty of storage space in this unit. Carpet and upholstery are in avg. condition, lots of spots.All systems check out fine in this unit. The roof air(s) that runs on electric if plugged into shore power or can run off electric the generator produces while traveling down the road is cold. The fridge that runs off electric from shore power or generator as well as propane that is stored under coach in a tank is cold. Plumbing and electric work fine as pictured. The Chevy V6 motor starts right up and has plenty of power. The automatic transmission with overdrive shifts smoothly as it should. The brakes stop the coach on a dime. All used units have negatives, lets talk about this ones. Paint is not perfect as pictured on exterior. Leaked at one time and stained trim inside coach by rear window as pictured. Dash a/c and fridge are not cold. Needs exterior cover over H2o heater.In summary, Little coach needs some tlc, but it is a very unique rv that is fuel efficient and easy to drive! Nice little RV that is fully equipped! Very hard to find ones like this (first I've seen in 14 years). Neat little coach that can be used as is or imagine what you'd have after you've fixed it up! Most of what it needs is cosmetic and should not cost that much to do, but will make a tremendous difference!!After payment is received the winning bidder of this unit can store it with me at no charge for up to 30 days. If more time is needed please check with me before bidding. We are located approx.10 miles from the San Antonio International airport.I check and reply to my e-mails normally several times a day, my name is Clint. E-mails work best with my schedule so please e-mail your

1986 CHEVY ASTRO'LITE CLASS C MOTOR HOME, V6, automatic trans.

$2,000.00

Fort Mohave, Arizona

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This Auction is for a 1986 class "C" motor home. It has about 5000 miles on a freshened up V6 motor. It gets about 12-15 mpg. It has Cruse Control, Power Steering, Power Brakes. This unit is self contained (2 holding tanks, 1 fresh water tank w/pump). There is a 4 burner stove w/oven, dual sinks, heater, water heater, toilet, shower, 3 way Refer.(120v AC, propane, 12v DC), 2 AC units (1 roof unit & 1 wall unit), Onan 3K Generator. All appliances work fine. Must sell due to illness in family. Must be picked up here can not deliver. This vehicle is being sold "AS-IS".

1991 Suncrest 2925

$8,000.00

Canoga Park, California

Year 1991

Make Suncrest

Model 2925

Category Class A

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1991 Suncrest 2925 , 30.5". Chevy 454 engine 66,775 miles only the second owner. We'll maintained (records and receipts to prove it) Runs great. Super clean. Must see. Lots of extras. Banks Power Pack. C/B radio. Water filter system. Awning in great condition. Astro turf lined storage compartments Passed last Smog check. Willing to negotiate. $8,000.00 8186103032

allegro motor home

$2,500.00

Appleton, Wisconsin

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1988 motor home Astro van with only 49000 miles.  Chevy V6 4.3 gives you 14 miles per gallon. Air heat bath with shower cooking stove and mic.  3 way refrig. Newer tires and air bags for nice quiet ride. Sleeps 4. Awning has add-a-room for company. In Appleton, Wis. Email me for more pictures-statepi@aol.com.

allegro motor home

$2,500.00

Appleton, Wisconsin

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1988 motor home Astro van with only 49000 miles.  Chevy V6 4.3 gives you 14 miles per gallon. Air heat bath with shower cooking stove and mic.  3 way refrig. Newer tires and air bags for nice quiet ride. Sleeps 4. Awning has add-a-room for company. In Appleton, Wis. Email me for more pictures-statepi@aol.com.

2002 Scamp 13

$7,400.00

Mt Ephraim, New Jersey

Year 2002

Make Scamp

Model 13

Category Travel Trailers

Length 13

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GARAGE KEPT:  EXCELLENT CONDITION!!Go to  and see the 13 ft. Scamp - Standard.   Can get an idea of what the interior looks like, (any 13 ft. Scamp pictures or )it hasn't changed much - except the 2002 has air conditioner on side(closet area) - keeps roof low so can be stored in garage.  Has stainless steel sink, with 2 burnergas stove next to it; white fiberglass cabinets with wood panel doors.  Front has sofa which converts to bunk beds and rear dinette area converts to double bed.  (sleeps 4 people).  Underbunk bed area store the porta potty.  Clothes closet and floor carpeting, propane gas tank,opening roof vent, and 2 large radius-corner sliding windows give lots of light and ventilation. Has both 12 volt and 120 volt interior lightning, 12 gallon fresh water holding tank.  This 13 ft. Scamp is lightweight and can be towed by small car or truck - I towed with my 4 cylinder Chevy S-10 truck. Aerodynamic designgets good fuel efficiency.  Torsion bar suspension - reduces vibration and prolongs life of trailer.  Frame is constructed of 11 gauge steel.  OSB floor boards are insulated with fiberglass resin, and the walls are insulated with Astro Foil (R-rating of 15).  25 foot service chord.OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDED:TV/ w/DVD & CD (one unit), Cable TV hook-up, Mount Air Conditioner (side unit), Power Range Hood (12V), Furnace 12,000 BTU w/thermostat, Battery Pack, Spare Tire w/cover, new tires, MountedStabilizer Jacks (2), TV antenna, Porch Light, Microwave oven, Exterior Ground Fault Outlet,25 Service Cord, (110v). an electric refrigerator/with sm. freezer; 2 sets of cushion covers for the dinette and couch/bunk beds (one is all blue and the plaid); venetian blinds w/curtains; silverware drawer; and an extra storage drawer - under back part of the dinette floor).

1975 GMC 2500 "Surveyor" camper van, fully self-contained w/shower

$4,600.00

Petaluma, California

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FYI - this van will likely only be offered for sale thru Tuesday night (6/24). Van is in Petaluma, CA. You are looking at a '75 GMC 2500 (aka, Chevy G20) 3/4 ton van that was converted to a camper van back in the day, by Futura Industries, out of Gardena, CA. It's called the "Surveyor Astro-Van, Royal Series," It just doesn't get any more '70's than that. The Surveyor is a FULLY self-contained RV with propane heater, toilet, and even a shower! It sleeps 2 on the fold out couch, and 1-2 children (or thin adults, in a pinch) above (there are 2 more slide-out boards, not shown, to make the upper bunk. It needs a paint job, true. The body work is done, though (professionally). It is also as clean and tidy as any you will find in this vintage. It just received a PAINSTAKING spring cleaning by yours truly. Anyone's mom would be proud. The bathroom and kitchen are spotless. The holding tank was flushed and de-oderized. Door jambs, plastics, engine, wheels, window tracks, all cleaned. No funky smells anywhere, now or before. This van has not been lived in, but you certainly could. Driveline and chassis: 350 V8 - starts and runs GREAT. Uses 1 quart of oil / 1000 miles (measured this month), not bad. TH350 auto trans (3-speed), no overdrive. Shift perfectly, fluid VERY clean. 3.07 final drive. 54k miles (or 154k). Many RV's have low miles. Honestly, it could be either. Steering is tight (for this vintage) with no drift. Brakes work very well and van stops straight. Suspension checked and good, yet ride is jarring on rough roads. Nature of the beast? Tires have good tread, but are older all-terrain tires. This may be part of the harsh ride on bumps. Equipment: NEW STEREO (not pictured). 7" touchscreen, DVD, bluetooth, backup camera ready (very handy!) NEW white rear view mirrors (not installed), like the one on the passenger side, but white. Dash AC - working and blowing cold Cruise control - working perfectly All lights (inside and out) - working All doors, windows, and locks work well. Power door locks, too! Not available on vans in '75. Wipers work, washer pump does not (will repair before sale) Shower, sinks, and toilet work great and are VERY CLEAN. No leaks in plumbing. Hot water heater (3 gallon) works well. Manual start (outside). Shut-off inside. Stove and oven work well and are both very clean. Refrigerator (AC power only) works, but smells musty. I would replace with 2 or 3-way fridge. TV and DVD/VHS - working AC outlet in kitchen - works on AC or inverted DC Small power inverter - working Built in 2/6/12 amp battery charger for coach batteries - working 4 coach batteries (6V) - holding good to very good charge 5-watt solar charger and charge controller for coach batteries shows working Propane coach heater (auto igniting) works great. Set thermostat and get heat, just like at home. Propane tank in good shape - no leaks anywhere in system12 gallon fresh water tank12 gallon grey/black water holding tank Repairs and improvements: Replaced speedometer and cleaned instruments Added 5.25" CDT midrange and tweeter speakers Installed Dynamat-type soundproofing to doors and engine cover (doghouse) Installed central locking (power door locks) Serviced water heater Upgraded propane coach heater Serviced power steering Added 2" lift to front and rear to provide better ground clearance Full tune-up by expert technician. Tuned for best MPG and drivability. Rebuilt distributor. New cap and rotor. AC service Etc, Etc. What it needs or may need (this is literally everything I can think of) (see photos): A paint job. Much of the paint is still holding up well, but I think it's time. New door and window rubber everywhere (except the fixed windows). All available and cheap. Rust repair will need to be done above the windshield when it's time to paint it. Roof drip-rail garnish moulding is mostly missing. Replace after paint job. Roof vents need to be re-sealed. Nothing is leaking yet, but the seals are old and sloppy work. Light surface rust is evident in some spots. The left back door is the only real significant place. Driver's visor needs new vinyl or replace Driver and passenger steps / rocker panels need new rubber mats. Cheap and easy. Washer pump needs repair (will do before sale) A couple of snaps on window shades need re-sewing New tires - maybe within a year or so Upgrade / tweak suspension for a softer ride on rough roads, or live with it. Nothing is worn out. Side door power door lock still needs to be installed (will do before sale) The plastic dashboard has a bump in the middle from getting hot. There are also cracks on both sides (see photos). Replace, repair, get a dash cover, or leave it be. It's not really an eye-sore like a cracked padded dash would be. I've owned this van for 2 years, and LOVE it, but my interests keep changing. I don't need to sell this at all, so if I don't get my price, it's going to the paint shop on 6/25 for a full paint job. Then, I'll keep it for a while and enjoy the endless barrage of compliments and thumbs-up. ;) Mileage: I'm getting 13.56 mpg highway at 60mph, 11.75 mpg highway at 70mph, which is not bad for this vehicle. City mpg is probably 10-12, depending on how you drive. Put summer radial tires on it, and you'll probably get another 1 mpg. Convert to an overdrive trans, and you'll get another 3-5 mpg. History: The guy I bought it from took out all of the dark wood cabinetry and wall panels (that 98% of all RV's from that era had) and replaced it with some period-suitable lighter wood (which I think warms it up nicely). He also put in a plywood sub-floor, some shag carpeting, and linoleum flooring. Other than that, it's mostly original, including the shower and pull-down toilet. All in all, I think it looks pretty darn good. The shower, the cheery wood, the smart, spacious layout (in a normal length van) and the GM "Light Green" paint is what sold me. I am a gearhead at heart and an antique car and motorcycle enthusiast. When I buy a new vehicle, I immediately start getting all the kinks out that the previous owners neglected or messed up. I have had my hands and head all over this van, spending countless hours getting it more up to speed. You are buying a vehicle that has been used and cared for. The tune-up alone cost me about $1000. I just returned from a road-trip to L.A. No issues at all. It has seen the hills of San Francisco many times. Again, no issues. Buy a van from someone who knows it and has given it a lot of proper attention, or buy something that has been sitting around neglected. Pay a little more now for a road-trip-ready solid driver (with all working appliances), or buy a cheap van and keep pouring the money (and time, and frustration) into it. The choice is yours. This van is by no means perfect, and it still needs some things, but I've just laid it all out for you. No surprises. Come see for yourself, and feel free to have a mechanic inspect it. By the way, no low-ball offers will be accepted. I have more invested in this than I am asking, plus tons of my own hours working on it. Thanks for looking!