Specializes in Conversion Van Sales on Website

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New Vehicle Configurator tool builds custom conversion vans, trucks and SUVs to order., the first website committed solely to conversion vans, trucks and SUVs, announces the addition of the Vehicle Configurator tool to their website. This new feature adds to’s “cradle to the grave” philosophy, ensuring buyers receive the best services from the purchase of the vehicle to its service and maintenance. is the easiest place to find conversion vans, trucks and SUVs. With over 2 million vehicles listed on AutoTrader, finding specialty transportation can be a “needle-in-a-haystack” undertaking. lists only conversion vehicles, making the buying process streamlined and efficient. They act as a classified service, listing vehicles for sale by dealers and private parties. If a customer is not able to locate the van, truck or SUV that they want, the Vehicle Configurator allows them to custom build their perfect transport. then submits the plans to a company for manufacture. Because of their relationships with multiple conversion companies, they offer the best services without manufacturer bias. is the only website that provides independent content for the entire ownership experience. They additionally sell over 6,000 official GM OEM accessories. Users can also establish a free web page for their vehicle for uploading service history and for finding technical service bulletins and vehicle recall information.


Since its inception in December 2003, now lists over 400 vehicles from seven dealers nationwide. They recently signed an agreement with Quality Coaches to list another 20 dealers’ inventories by January 15, 2005. is constructed from partners with over seven years experience in the automotive industry, dealer-level experience in marketing, internet sales departments and extensive previous e-commerce experience.

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