Spring Time is the Time to Buy a Conversion Van

April 2nd, 2014 by

conversion vans with american flagSpring is the time to buy a conversion van. Everyone?s ready to get out and about, especially people who live in places where winter was harsh. Conversion vans are vans with interiors outfitted for special purposes. Many people shopping for a conversion van will turn to the Dave Arbogast Conversion Van Depot in Troy, Ohio. It?s one of the nation?s largest dealerships selling new and used conversion vans.

These vans are suitable for hobbyists who carry items from place to place, for people who want to have a super tailgate party, for meeting the needs of people with special needs who use special equipment, for permitting pet groomers to bathe animals, for serving as mobile offices and more. Conversion vans meet the custom needs of all their owners.

Conversion vans offer a luxurious nice ride. They have more to offer than a SUV, For instance, the 2014 GMC Hi-Top is a four-door vehicle that has a 5.3 liter, V-8 engine, a 22-inch LCD TV, a DVD player and 20-inch wheels. It also has a camera for making backing up safer and two captain?s chairs in the middle of the vehicle. Captain?s chairs are large, comfortable seats that offer outstanding head and back support.

Conversion vans offer other amenities such as a dock for X-Box and Playstation game systems and extra seating. While the typical conversion van seats seven people, some seat nine or 15.

Dave Arbogast earned the 2013 Explorer Conversion Van Dealer of the Year Award from the Exporer Van Company, the Warsaw, Indiana-based company that?s the nation?s top maker of conversion vans using the Chevrolet, GMC and Ford chassis.

The Arbogast dealership, which also sells cars and RVs, is a family-owned business that?s been operating in Ohio for more almost 25 years. The dealership has a repair center that can service the vehicles it sells. The Arborgast dealership sits on more than 35 acres just off Route 25A in Troy. It?s open Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Friday and Saturday it?s open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It?s closed Sunday. The phone is 888-436-3216.

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