In all my dealings with Chrysler mini-vans, I only saw one. Too bad, as the 5 speed probably would have eliminated many of the transmission woes, the Achilles heel of these. Great to see one like this, and a 5 speed, most were killed, with hundreds of thousands of miles. Exciting or not a survivor is always interesting. Having watched all of this transpire at the time and having always been a car person I paid attention. These mini vans were definitely revolutionary and marked the death of the station wagon for sure.
The Chrysler models were genius. They were simple and front wheel drive. Having worked on a few I would say they were bigger versions of a Horizon. All of the parts looked similar. I think they were discontinued in the US in though. Looks like it needs a date with a steamer for the fabric seats and carpets. But Chrysler was a leader on rust protection and had that excellent rust thru warranty, so big thumbs up from me! I think this is a very interesting vehicle. The survival rate of old minivans is quite low, due to the fact that they were generally driven until they were used up.
This is great, especially with the five speed gearbox. Those are everywhere. Vans like this…I never see. Normally, I would be the first to scoff at American cars of this vintage, especially on this site. To old guys like me, this is just a nice used car but this ugly box is a good example of a real game changer.
Ron is right. These were, dare I say it, revolutionary. The museum where I volunteer California Automobile Museum has been looking for a nice example of the first generation Chrysler minivan for some time. We had a similar vintage Dodge Caravan, 5-speed, 4-cylinder. It was a wonderfully practical vehicle. We had few mechanical problems. The choke eventually corroded; I remember cleaning and greasing the shift linkage; I replaced the air-conditioner clutch. The minivan was noisy at highway speeds compared to most newer cars but it would cruise all day long with no problems.
The form-factor of this minivan is the best of the type. All with the rear hatch closed. Put the seats in and it is off to soccer practice. You cannot do that with a Transit Connect CV transmission, ugh or similar. Nor would the soccer moms. Her two Caravans soldiered on without load levelers.
School teachers that drive in town two miles each way all week to work, then beat the snot out of the beast on weekends and all summer is far worse than the Chelsea Proving Grounds tests. It was available starting in for the model year. Same length as the first generation, non extended wheelbase, caravans. Sounds like a minivan to me. The Mitsubishi 2. When these were new I had a Chrysler exec friend who ordered a 5speed car as his company car.
You can research where and how it was used. Actually, the 2. That was the only 4 cylinder available in 88, but with the 3. Dad always wanted one of these when they first came out in The one here for sale is almost exactly how he wanted to spec it out. Alas, we were poor and a new car made to order was most certainly not in the cards, so we just kept on with our land yacht sedans and wagons right on through the 80s. Correct on the 2. The 3. Had an original Caravan and bought a new 4 cylinder 5 speed Almost bulletproof.
Put over , miles on it with no issues other than changing brakes Changed oil every 3, miles and never used even a quart of oil between changes. Both my daughters learned to drive on it, smoked the clutch some but it was still working well when I sold it. Best vehicle for the money I ever owned. No Miata, but way more practical. Bought it from my next door neighbor after her husband died. Was an incredibly useful and reliable vehicle.
I wish I still had it. Have had one or another for years. Currently towing a uhaul from FL to OR with a It was always the automatic that died. Otherwise tremendous vehicle. Had them with more than k. Trans valve body usually would fix them. When I lived in Oregon I was surprised to find that if a stick was available in a vehicle at any time, it was there, no matter how odd or weird it was. I had one of these. A maroon 5spd non turbo. Loved driving it and super gas mileage.
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