2010 Chrysler town & Country has premium mobility conversion
15,000 Miles  (actually is in nearly-new condition)
Current Price: $35,900

THIS CERTIFIED VEHICLE INCLUDES WARRANTY: 36 months/36,000 mile   

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Highlights of This Van:

OWNED SINCE NEW BY ONE METICULOUS, RETIRED MILITARY OFFICER

with so many features and options it is nearly a "Limited" model

astounding original condition (details below under "history of ownership")

 

Options and Equipment

THE VAN: This one is only a step away from being a "Limited" model, because it is an "LX" model that has many options. If this had leather seats, it would be very close to the features of a Limited model. Yes, in addition to common power and convenience features, this has a long list of factory options and goodies, such as: upgraded interior and exterior trim; alloy wheels; dark windows; power operates gate and both slider doors; ABS; traction control; 6 speed overdrive transmission; upgraded 3.8 motor; side and rear curtain airbags; power seat; and more

GOODIES: The retired, very particular officer who custom-ordered this added a couple of very nice features: wonderful sound and function from the "Kenwood" brand stereo system with 10 disc CD changer built into the dash; he had a custom fabricated steel trim panel made for the lower rear of the van, to conceal the underbody area (see photos) which makes the van appear nicer than original 

MOBILITY:  when new this was mobility converted by industry leader Braun. The model is called..."Braun Entervan". A van currently built with all of the features (stock and custom) this one has, which includes the following major elements, would cost about 65 thousand.

* deeply lowered floor, ranging from the rear seat all the way to below the dash area

* front passenger seat removable in minutes and drivers seat with special functions could be removed in about 30 minutes, if a person wanted to drive from a wheelchair 

* power operated bi-fold ramp stows securely inside doorway when not in use

* "kneeling" suspension allows the van, when desired, to become lower to the ground, which makes the ramp angle more gentle than otherwise. 

* remote control operation of the ramp, doors, and kneeling suspension

* extremely valuable (parts and labor apx $5,000) and necessary for some users...this has what we call a "turning seat". In addition to the original power seat functions still being intact, this modular unit has an extreme range of travel fore/aft and up/down and most importantly, has the ability to turn apx 100 degrees. This is the device that allows some folks to transfer in/out of their wheelchair in order to drive, when otherwise, they would not be able to get in/out of the drivers seat.

* EZ-Lock electronic docking system on the floor, with controller on the dash. This is an option, beyond the original van. If you choose to use this, it allows for locking the wheelchair to the floor (or detaching) in a matter of seconds, with the push of an electronic button. If you don't want or need this, it can be removed and only a few small holes remain in the floor, which could be filled. (complete system cost apx $1,700)        

Dimensions, capacity and specifications:

Please feel free to email or call me with any such questions. I will gladly assist with anything you wish to know. I have discovered that due to the unique way each person evaluates, measures and expresses their needs, I can be most helpful regarding this subject if we communicate directly.

History of Ownership

Was custom ordered in Oregon by a retired military officer. He did not want leather, but wanted a super fancy van other than leather, and so he ordered the LX model and had it upgraded with factory options and packages. It is 100% original paint, never even had a fender bender. The man died at the end of 2013 and I acquired it from his estate. 

Quality Note: this van was in such amazing original condition (no pets, no kids, no smoking, no incontinence, garaged since new) when I acquired it, that there was literally not even one tiny door ding, and the entire extent of its scratches was one...that was less than 1/2 inch long! Plus the interior was so darn clean it needed little detailing to make it like new again. I very rarely use such words to describe a used vehicle...but this van truly is nearly like new.  

Certified

This vehicle is 'CERTIFIED': There are a combined 76 mechanical and cosmetic aspects  included in the Wheelchair Van Oasis "Certification" process.   A foundational step of the rejuvenation process is when each vehicle receives an extensive inspection by an objective, independent  third- party service and repair facility.  Suggested service, repairs and improvements are then performed by various professional specialists.   The  result is your assurance  that each of the 76 aspects  meets  or exceeds the condition level of good, or satisfactory

For details regarding list of 76 cosmetic and mechanical aspects, please click here.

Each van does of course have various elements which exceed the promised level of good, or
satisfactory, which the "Certified" program assures.  Some are brand new improvements performed during rejuvenation.  And others are obvious service or repairs performed recently, prior to my ownership.  As for those, I only list here those positives which are certain, based on my either having a receipt, and/or due to being obvious to the inspecting-mechanic.  I refer to these as  "NEW OR RECENTLY SERVICED ASPECTS".  As for this vehicle:

New: given its vintage and very low miles, there is of course little to have been done or needed, other than a few oil changes. It has now had a fresh lube service process. It has also had a very minor factory recall taken care of regarding a rear window switch.  

Carfax Report Summary

(Carfax is a widely used database which indicates the history of a vehicle including accidents, prior owners, etc.)

Nothing notably negative or unusual: no frame damage...no airbags deployed...no structural damage...no "red marks"...no major accident.

You Might Like To Know...

* Chrysler Town & Country vans are a bit fancier and more stylish than the lower priced and much more common Dodge Caravan. 

* Each of my vans has a superb paint sealant as the final step of the extreme detail. If you were to have a professional apply a treatment the cost would be several hundred dollars.

Summary of this Gem

I am very proud to offer this wonderfully amazing van. It is so very highly equipped, and you can be assured that it drives, functions, looks and even smells...nearly like a brand new van, but at only apx. 60% of the new-van price. 

wide ramp with grip strips is easy, safe and capable.
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Turning seats that are very nicely installed like this are an awesome piece of equipment. This has a wide range of travel to go up/down and fore/aft and most importantly...it turns apx 100 degrees (this is in addition to the original power seat adjustments still in operation) 
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The floor in this modern style (first year was 2007) van is several inches lower than the prior style, which creates extra entry clearance and interior headroom, to the benefit of all users in wheelchairs, or not
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Rear seats fold up and out of the way to reveal a quite large and flat cargo area
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EZ-Lock wheelchair anchoring system. There is a control box on the dash to unlatch this from a wheelchair with push of button
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This van is absolutely sharp and gorgeous, nearly as-new!  
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Drivers rear
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Rear
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Has a custom metal panel that the owner had made to cosmetically enhance the rear view, because it hides the rear underbelly view (it also reduces turbulence underneath, with increases MPG)
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Passenger rear
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Passenger side
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Passenger front
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Front
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Drivers area is comfortable and easy to get in and out of, for able-bodied folks or person in wheelchair who can transfer
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These are the original power controls for the drivers seat, which combined withthe "turning seat" controls makes this seat have a nearly infinite range of adjustment 
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 The black EZ-Lock wheelchair anchoring device you see on the floor can easily be moved to the location of your choice, or removed if you aren't going to use it 
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This is the control unit for the EZ-Lock wheelchair anchoring device on the floor (use of this system is optional, as you can choose to use manual straps if you prefer)
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15,892 miles!  (according to Kelley "blue book", authority on auto data this is only a bit more than one year of average use for a vehicle)
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Braun "Entervan" is the largest creator of lowered floor wheelchair minivans such as this
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3.8 motor is very proven, as it was the optional motor for about 10 years in Chrysler/dodge/Plymouth vans (and some other body styles as well)
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Comfortable, spacious, seat can be removed in a couple of minutes if you want to park a wheelchair here
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Nice amount of cargo area, even when seats are in use
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This is the original set of manual anchor straps which are brand new and included with this van
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Either seat can be removed if wanting to park wheelchair in that location.  Right seat takes a couple of minutes, left seat mechanism less than an hour labor to remove
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This shows the mid-interior with the rear seats folded up, which creates cavernous rear storage area
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Power ramp and door, operated with switches or wireless remote control
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Switch by the drivers right knee is for turning the "kneeling" suspension on or off.
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VERY gentle ramp angle makes going in and out of this van very easy, solid, stable...uneventful, just the way you want it to be
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Rear ventilation dials
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Super modern cabin area, appears nearly the same as a brand new van of this type
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At the top see the fancy "Kenwood" stereo, which sounds super, and at the bottom is the 10-disc "Kenwood" CD changer that is operated by the stereo.
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Very upgraded "Kenwood" CD stereo system
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This is the device that holds 10 CD discs and is inserted into the custom mounted unit built into the dash (as shown here)
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CD changer with "Cartridge" ready to insert into unit
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Just push this button one time and the door, ramp and suspension all hop into action... getting ready to load, or after unloading it closes everything.
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Overhead switches for power slider doors and power rear hatch (these features also can be controlled with wireless remote)
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check out that very deeply lowered floor!  This creates the generous headroom, entry clearance and also results in the very shallow ramp angle for loading and unloading 
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This "turning seat" system is the cats meow! It is not only essential for some folks who want to transfer to and from their wheelchair, but it allows for an able-bodied person to position themselves nicely in the van in order to converse with and/or attend to their loved-one
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much space to comfortably maneuver, park... whatever you need to do 
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Switches for "turning seat" (new cost for this feature is apx $5,000)
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These switches are next to the passenger slider and are used for operating the door, ramp, suspension and to release the EZ-Lock device
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Fancy "key" is used for all remote operations of ramp, slider door and suspension, as well as driver side slider and hatch
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This is an "LX" model, but with the many factory and other options, it is nearly at the "Limited" level
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Has optional front side curtain airbags
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Has optional side rear curtain airbags
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This shows the bottom rear of passenger front seat, with the concealing panel installed on the bottom, to cosmetically hide the hardware underneath
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This shows the lower portion of the easily removable front passenger seat
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* I apologize for any unclear photos. At times, the conditions make a clear photo impossible.

If you would like more information or to see and drive this vehicle,
please call Rick at 541-973-7377.