If you grew up in the ‘70s, this highly customized Chevrolet van is probably conjuring up a few (somewhat hazy) memories. Dubbed the “Boogie Van,” this thing is like a pair of bell-bottoms and a tie-dyed t-shirt on wheels, dripping with retro-inspired style from every angle.
Outside, this 1975 Chevrolet van is covered in a highly detailed, multicolored paint scheme. A base coat of green is matched with aqua, purple, blue, and black flames running down the side, while the shoulder line gets a more geometric design pattern that runs from tip to tail. Gold pinstriping adds to the look. Higher in the profile, the van’s nickname is proudly declared in large, airbrushed cursive lettering and punctuated by a big black heart. A generous heaping of metal flake keeps the sparkle at maximum.
Picking through the outrageous paint scheme, we also find chromed-out finishes for the front grille, as well as the front and rear bumpers. Fifteen-inch Cragar wheels take up the corners, bookending massive chrome side pipes.
Incredibly, the interior is even more over-the-top than the exterior. Green shag carpeting abounds, offset by purple vinyl and purple microfiber for the seats. Speaking of which, this 1975 Chevrolet van comes with a pair of captain’s chairs up front and bench in the rear that folds down into a bed. The dash treatment is also noteworthy for being, uh, way out there.
Powering the Boogie Van is 350 V8 from Avenger Race Engines in Michigan. Output is rated at 325 horsepower, with an automatic transmission onboard to handle the cog swaps.
Now, this psychedelic 1975 Chevrolet van G10 is up for sale by Garage Kept Motors, listed at $69,900.
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Source: Garage Kept Motors