This 1985 Dodge Ram van was converted by Fun Ways of Sacramento, California. The body is finished in gold and white, and the interior features swiveling captain’s chairs and a fold-out rear bench seat in blue velour as well as wood-look paneling, shag carpets, a storage cabinet, and a refrigerator. Power is from a 318ci V8 backed by a three-speed automatic transmission. The van features a sliding side door on the right and rear ambulance doors in the rear. The vehicle was customized with gold and white paint, black accent stripes, tall rear quarter windows, and a chrome ladder leading to a roof rack. Dual exhaust tips exit from below the rear bumper. This B250 is equipped with period turbine-style aluminum wheels wear 255/70R15 BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. Swiveling captain’s chairs are trimmed in blue velour along with the doors and engine doghouse, which features a woodgrain cupholder. The tan dash houses a Chrysler radio, a separate Clarion cassette deck, air conditioning controls, and an 85-mph speedometer with a five-digit odometer. The rear area features a bench seat that houses speakers in its base and folds out into a bed as pictured in the gallery below. Woodgrain paneling, blue velour window curtains, and tan shag carpeting round out the interior decor. A game table and a storage cabinet with a built-in refrigerator are also equipped.
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