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==List of vans==
 
==List of vans==
 
All vans of this size were exclusively distributed by American car manufacturers, and have all been around since the 1970s.
 
All vans of this size were exclusively distributed by American car manufacturers, and have all been around since the 1970s.
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96sportvans.jpg|Chevrolet G-Series/Sportvan|link=Chevrolet G-Series/Sportvan
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95dodgeramwagon.jpg|Dodge Ram Van|link=Dodge Ram Van
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96clubwagon.jpg|Ford Club Wagon/Econoline|link=Ford Club Wagon/Econoline
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!Manufacturer
96vandura.jpg|GMC Vandura/Savana|link=GMC Vandura/Savana
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!Model
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|[[Chevrolet]]
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|[[File:96sportvans.jpg|250px]]<br />[[Chevrolet G-Series/Sportvan|G-Series/Sportvan]]
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|[[Dodge]]
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|[[File:95dodgeramwagon.jpg|250px]]<br />[[Dodge Ram Van|Ram Van]]
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|[[Ford]]
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|[[File:96clubwagon.jpg|250px]]<br />[[Ford Club Wagon/Econoline|Club Wagon/Econoline]]
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|[[GMC]]
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|[[File:96vandura.jpg|250px]]<br />[[GMC Vandura/Savana|Vandura/Savana]]
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Latest revision as of 08:19, March 24, 2020

A van, unlike the minivan, is a covered boxlike vehicle with a large body in length, typically having a rear door and sliding doors on the side panels, used for transporting goods (Cargo) or people (Passenger).


List of vansEdit

All vans of this size were exclusively distributed by American car manufacturers, and have all been around since the 1970s.

Manufacturer Model
Chevrolet 96sportvans
G-Series/Sportvan
Dodge 95dodgeramwagon
Ram Van
Ford 96clubwagon
Club Wagon/Econoline
GMC 96vandura
Vandura/Savana
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