1999 Chrysler Town and Country: top luxury "Limited" model with complete premium brand mobility conversion
Miles: 86,000 (will be sold in "CERTIFIED" condition, with warranty)
Current Price: $15,600

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Note: information below will be expanded, as we rejuvenate the van and ultimately list it in the area of our vans for sale. Our goal with this information below is for you to have a good understanding of the van, although not every detail is listed.

Highlights of This Van:

* Rare “Limited” model has many desirable options and features

* Has been owned by my personal doctor, in my small town, for apx 6 years, following when I sold it to his family

* Has most-desirable style of ramp, which is "in-floor". Does not block doorway

Options and Equipment

This began as the most fancy among the cousin-vans, which are Dodge Caravan, Plymouth Voyager and Chrysler Town & Country. Plus, this is the top-of-the-line among the Town & Country models, which is called a "Limited". Due to being this "best-of-the-best" model, it has extra features, above and beyond common power and convenience items, which are not found on most minivans of the era, such as: upgraded 3.8 liter motor; ABS brakes; traction control; rear ventilation; factory fog lights; leather; power seat; super fancy "infinity" sound system; special paint on this model...pearl white; overhead console with many functions such as avg MPG, distance to empty, temperature, etc; fancy, larger wheels; and much more.


When new, this was converted by VMI/Ricon, which is one of the two industry giants, who take new vans by the thousands and convert them for wheelchair use. These large companies invest much into the design, engineering and execution of the conversion, which results in a van that looks great, feels great, is reliable, and functions smoothly and easily. Here is a list of the primary conversion features

* Power in-floor ramp (completely hides under floor/does not block doorway) is the optional, most desirable style of ramp and is only installed on about 1/4 of the wheelchair-access minivans.

* Power sliding side door. Door and ramp are operated with switches in multiple locations (likely, there will be a wireless remote control)

* "Kneeling" suspension causes the van to get several inches lower in the rear, which creates a gentler ramp angle, which makes loading and unloading easier for everyone.

* Deeply lowered floor (apx 12 inches) begins in front of original rear seat, and extends all the way to below the dash. This is smooth, level and firm, which is ideal for wheelchair maneuverability.

* Both front seat assemblies are easily removable in a couple of minutes, if you want or need to park a wheelchair in either front location.

* Slots to insert anchor straps in the floor in many locations, in order to secure a wheelchair.

* Multiple switch locations for operating the power slider door and power ramp and kneeling suspension.

* Includes 4 anchor straps for securing wheelchair

* Likely, includes wireless remote for mobility features

* Special emergency-use power steering system: This system had a new cost of apx. $3,000. It is a nifty and very safety-minded feature. It is a wonderful system that is designed so that if the engine dies, for any reason, such as running out of fuel, this van still has functional power steering for a short period of time, allowing safely getting to the side of the road. This is intended for folks who have little upper-body strength and so if the engine were to die, which kills the power steering (in any vehicle), they still have power assist and can turn the steering wheel as needed. Without this feature, some folks would crash, due to their inability to steer the van.

Dimensions, capacity and specifications:

Please feel free to email or call me with any such questions. I will gladly assist with anything you wish to know. I have discovered that due to the unique way each person evaluates, measures and expresses their needs, I can be most helpful regarding this subject if we communicate directly.


Has been owned by my personal doctor, in my small town, for apx 6 years, following when I sold it to his family


This vehicle is 'Certified': There are a combined 76 mechanical and cosmetic aspects included in the Wheelchair Van Oasis Certification process. A foundational step of the rejuvenation process is when each vehicle receives an extensive inspection by an objective, independent  third- party service and repair facility.  Suggested service, repairs and improvements are then performed by various professional specialists. The result is your assurance  that each of the 76 aspects meets or exceeds the condition level of good, or satisfactory.

For details regarding list of 76 cosmetic and mechanical aspects, please
click here.

Each van does of course have various elements which exceed the promised level of good or satisfactory, which the Certified program assures. Some are brand new improvements performed during rejuvenation.  And others are obvious service or repairs performed recently, prior to my ownership.  As for those, I only list here those positives which are certain, based on my either having a receipt, and/or due to being obvious to the inspecting-mechanic. I refer to these as NEW OR RECENTLY SERVICED ASPECTS

Here are the new and recent items:

New: Details are coming soon as we continue with the rejuvenation process on this van.
Recent: Details are coming soon as we continue with the rejuvenation process on this van.

Approximate retail value/cost of above-listed items: $Details are coming soon as we continue with the rejuvenation process on this van.

Carfax Report Summary

(Carfax is a widely used database which indicates the history of a vehicle including accidents, prior owners, etc.)

Nothing notably negative or unusual. No accidents...No airbags deployed...No damage leading to such report notes as salvage, totaled, etc...no "red marks" on the report...no major accident...no lemon history...no odometer tampering...no derogatory remarks on the state-issued title

Summary of this Gem

A new van of the same brand and model, with this level of features, has a cost of about 60-65 thousand. This one will not last long, because it is in the absolute sweet-spot of price, given its amazing overall "Certified" condition, nice miles, long list of features, and a price in the mid-teens. This is the way to have a wheelchair van that looks great, feels great and works great, at a relatively very affordable price.

Preliminary Photos

Please consider these are "preliminary" photos and as such, they typically show the van in early stages of our transformation process. As a result you may see various flaws, which will be remedied prior to sale.

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* I apologize for any unclear photos. At times, the conditions make a clear photo impossible.

If you would like more information or to see and drive this vehicle,
please call Rick at 541-973-7377.