Tuesday, August 5, 2014

1969 Chevy Van

The Chevy Van was originally introduced in 1964, replacing the Corvair van. In doing so, the van lost its unique (for an American van) rear engine, and instead received a conventional layout, like the Econoline and A100. The Van was updated for 1967, with new styling and the option of a longer, 108" wheelbase (the 90" is shown here). This '69 panel van seems to have been slightly customized with moon disc wheels and a unique paint job.
 
 
 
 
 

1 comment:

  1. I was tempted to put a comment on the 65 Ford van posted on 7/16/14. I was waiting to see a Chevy/GMC. I'm glad it's here. I like all the first generation vans Ford/Dodge/Cheverolet-GMC. The Chevy/GMC vans are my favorite. Man I love these vans.

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