Gmc Conversion Vans

Written by Patricia Tunstall
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GMC conversion vans are built around one of the best automotive chassis--the Chevrolet chassis that is used by many companies exclusively. Road Trek, the #1 selling Class B motorhome in North America, relies on this chassis for its standard and widebody van conversions. With its solid design, the Chevy chassis brings reliability to GMC conversion vans.

General Motors, the umbrella corporation for Chevrolet, manufactures one of the most popular full-size vans, the Savana, and its cousin, the Chevy Express. Not only are these favorite conventional vans, but they are also among the preferred chassis used by makers of luxury vans. When stripped of their passenger-van or cargo-van bodies, they are ready to become luxurious traveling vans that can hold sports and camping equipment for a family.

GMC Conversion Vans Have Flair

From a rather utilitarian beginning, GMC conversion vans are turned into mobile comfort zones that enable families and groups to travel with all their necessary belongings. When the transformation from cargo van to luxury van is complete, the lucky family has many safety and convenience features at their disposal. Exterior ground effects, fog lights, and running boards are just a few of the features available.

On the inside, conversion vans may have custom accents, a hi-gloss walnut finish, cup holders, and leather upholstery. They can come pre-wired for towing, with dual air conditioning, and power sofas. Interior and exterior color schemes put the finishing touches on a dependable and comfortable travel van.

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