The Pick of the Day is being promoted by its private seller as “an incredible ’70s collectors van!” Indeed, there were some amazing conversion vans done back in that bygone and groovy era, and the seller notes that this is “one of the last remaining Good Times conversions, intact with the maker plate.”
This 1977 Dodge B200 Sportsman conversion was done by Good Times, Inc. (not to be confused with the Good Times Van Co. launched in 2018 in British Columbia, Canada), which did van conversions in Arlington, Texas, from the early 1970s and on through the 1980s.
“Original groovy orange shag carpet, beautifully preserved peach velour seats, and rare tinted bubble windows,” the seller notes. “All four front seats swivel 360 degrees and can face each other for seating around a table (it is set up for two tables but they are not included).
“The backbench seat folds down into a bed and there are two back closets. The perfect boogie van for your summer road trips!”
The seller said recent work includes a rebuilt carburetor, fuel filter, oil change, ignition, brake repair, etc.
The van has a V8 engine, presumably the standard 318cid, 150-horsepower V8, linked to an automatic transmission. The seller reports the not-quite-80,000 miles showing on the odo is the original figure.
The seller notes this is not a perfect vehicle, and includes photos showing various dents and dings and “a few small rust spots,” adding that “AC, window sealants and skylight need some TLC,” and installing a new water pump would be a good idea.
Still, “highly respected local mechanic confirmed that it runs great, hits all eight cylinders. He also informed us that the transmission was replaced at some point in its life.”
So, the seller, located in Santa Rosa, California, is “looking to find a good home for this shagadelic piece of history!”
The asking price is $7,200. Peace, out.