I have had MS and been in a wheelchair unable to walk for over 30 years. I was recently blessed with a new accessible van and am selling my old van, and would prefer that someone with disabilities or a family member of a child with disabilities got it. It is a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport with a little over 125,000 miles on it. Because I thought I would have to drive it until I died, it has been kept in excellent mechanical condition. The most recent repairs I can remember are: Last month a new alternator, last year a new battery, all new shocks and struts, front end alignment, 4 years ago a new starter, 3 years ago new coolant reservoir and hoses. There have been other repairs that I can’t remember.
The van has:
- 50% reduced effort steering, back up power steering in case the engine dies so you can steer to safety, hand controls with horn and turn signals on hand controls,
- tri-pin steering knob,
- IMS Rampvan conversion including kneel.
- It also has an EZ lock in the drivers position, both the regular drivers seat and passenger seat, rear seat,
- 10 inch lowered floor so a wheelchair can drive it,
- wheelchair tie downs for the passenger side.
- In addition, I added remote start and a Python alarm system.
- It has not been in any accidents. There are some scratches on the hood and passenger side, and the headliner is being held up with T-pins.
- It has the premium sound package with AM/FM radio, CD player and cassette player.
- But she’s a good car with low mileage for her age and all her equipment has been kept up to date and in good working order.
- I’m only asking $3,000 for her, and the handicapped equipment alone is worth over $30,000.
I know none of us with MS have high incomes which is why I’m only asking for $3,000. She has blessed me with independence for the last 19 years, and can bless someone else for years to come. If you know of anyone who might be interested,
If interested call Beth Hartronft on my cellphone at 817-235-3031. Thanks!