Bid History for 2005 Chevrolet Astro Van AWD
Auction Start Date: 07/18/19 5:40 PM ET
Auction End Date: 07/25/19 8:21 PM ET
Asset ID: 3390 Number of Bids: 79
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2005 Chevrolet Astro AWD EXTENDED SPORTS VAN, 4.3L V6 OHV 12V. Fuel: Gasoline
Engine: 4.3L V6 OHV 12V
Ext. Color: White
Int. Color: Gray
Brakes: 4-Wheel ABS
Tire Size: P215/70-R15
ABS, Cruise Control, Tilt Wheel, Intermittent Wipers, Air Conditioning, Tinted Glass, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, AM/FM Radio.
Starts and runs. Has scratches, scuffs and dings throughout consistent with active use. Interior is worn, dirty and has stains. Windshield has rock chips. Hood release worn and difficult to operate. Driver-side door lock switch non-op. Front tires have less than 40% tread remaining. Rear tires have greater than 40%. We do not inspect or perform any diagnostics on vehicles or equipment prior to offering items for sale to determine mechanical or operational condition. There are holes in the dash and floor mat as well as plugs in the roof from previously installed equipment. Body: through paint bumper gouges. A/C is cold!
No maintenance records.
Key # 164
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