This 1995 Chevrolet sheep dog van is for sale in Michigan

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Who has $4,000, a driver's license, and a dream?

If your answer is yes to one or more of the aforementioned questions, scurry over to Craigslist to view the listing for a 1995 Chevrolet sheep dog van which is currently for sale in Muskeon, Mich.



From the present owners:

Here we have for sale a 95' Sheep Dog. This van gets more looks then a Lambo at a fraction of the cost. You may have seen a similar looking vehicle in a very popular 90's movie, but don't be fooled; this isn't that same van. A movie quality van would cost you tens of thousands (maybe millions) but this driver quality van can be had at a fraction of the cost. For a mere $4000 this is the most bang for the buck on craigslist. The smiles per gallon and photo opportunities to be had with this are endless. You can easily turn this investment into a profitable business by renting it for photoshoots, parties or become one of the most unique Uber drivers in the country. 

Facts about the Sheep Dog

1- It's covered in carpet and sits outside. No need for one of those fancy smancy garages. And no it doesn't stink, and no we never wash it.
2- It has a radio with USB so you can play Boom Shack a Lak as much as you want.
3- The windows work when they want to but the carpet maintains a great ambient temp inside
4- It has new tires on the back for laying down wicked patches of rubber at every intersection
5- 4 capatains seats for the ultimate luxury riding experience.
6- New battery and exhaust
7- She'll do 80mph no problems
8- Free dog-eared hat included
10- Great for 1st driver. No cherry paint to scratch, carpet covers dents and reduces impact



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