This 1991 Dodge Caravan does not deserve such a fate. Despite its longtime Michigan residency, the van isn’t completely covered in rust; its awesome, sporty “ES”-trim lower body cladding and grille still look great; and even the interior remains a thing of beauty. A 3.0-liter V6 sits under hood, and though its condition is unknown (ditto for the slushbox), the body alone is what makes this second-gen Chrysler minivan worth saving.
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David you have enough of a problem with collecting Jeeps, don’t extend that to chrysler minivans.