3rd Gen Muscle Van(not really) 2000 Plym Voyager



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  1. #1
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    3rd Gen Muscle Van(not really) 2000 Plym Voyager

    I've been a member for a while but I've just set up photo sharing.
    I grew up with Muscle cars. Mostly Mopar and some Chevy.
    My taste will probably show with this van as I painted the engine Hemi orange when I did a recent partial rebuild.
    It's a 2000 Plymouth Voyager with the 3.0 Mitsubishi engine.
    I've had the van a few years but I recently gave it a repaint myself and I rebuilt the top end of the engine.
    The intake is insulated from heat on the runners and underside.
    Coil and wires are MSD
    Upgraded from 14's to 205-75-15 using steel PT Cruiser rims
    Replaced middle row with another 3rd row seat allowing making it a 8 passenger van
    Subwoofer & amp under 2nd row reat
    Double sided Gates serpentine belt upgrade
    There is an electric winch with wireless remote between the front seats so I can Haul my Harley by myself in a pinch. I've used it and it works great.






    Last edited by jimmyess333; 05-19-2017 at 12:03 AM. Reason: add details

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    Looks really good !
    2014 Dodge Grand Caravan 30th anniversary
    2016 Ram Rebel
    1989 Pontiac Trans am GTA

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    Welcome, nice looking van.
    2015 Grand Caravan SXT Plus
    Granite Crystal Metallic
    27,xxx Kms
    5w-20 Pennzoil Platinum w Pure Plus/Wix filter 10010

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    Welcome!

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    Thanks
    It's more useful to me than an SUV or pickup because it gets better mileage than both of those plus the roof is too low on an SUV to haul a motorcycle and pickup doesn't haul as many people.
    With the exceptions of serious off-roading or towing really big trailers, a minivan is the true sport utility vehicle.
    Over the past five years I've replaced most of the key wear items on the van.
    Besides the work listed in the first post I've also replaced-
    Shocks & Struts
    All 4 wheel bearings
    Ball Joints
    Fuel pump/sender
    Brakes & tires
    Inner & outer tie rods

    It's 17 years old, I've had it for 5, and I plan to keep it for another 10 or so

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    Welcome! Good job...a true believer.

    My father always taught me to embrace things and make them my own.
    Steve
    1999 Caravan LE, 3.3L, 300,000KM
    2005 Saturn Vue AWD (Honda J35 3.5 V-TEC 260HP) 216,000KM
    1982 Suzuki Katana,(ported/shaved head,11:1,4in1,KNre-cal/filters,cam,120HP)

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    That orange paint should be good for a few extra HP! I like it!
    If the women don't find ya handsome, they should at least find ya handy! Red Green

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    welcome......looks good
    1994 grand caravan vantage wheelchair conversion, 3.3 4 spd auto

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