The 1976 RAF 2203 Minivan is the SUV that made a statement of style, luxury and convenience. With seating for up to seven adults, the 2203 provided a comfortable and reliable ride from suburban neighborhoods to weekend getaways. The vehicle was state-of-the-art for its era, boasting a variety of features including front and rear air-conditioning, power-steering, cruise control and a feeling of spaciousness with its whisper-quiet ride. Its sleek and modern architecture featured a single, boxy two-tone body with wraparound windows and tinted glass that strengthened its aerodynamic design. Under the hood, a robust 3.9-liter V6 engine that delivered 140 horsepower and with a selectable automatic/manual 4-speed transmission setting, drivers are able to choose the driving experience they desired. The interior was crisp and contemporary featuring full cloth seating with adjustable positions and legroom for everyone. The dashboard featured fully illuminated, self-lit gauges and chrome-trimmed dials for an executive feel. An included AM/FM radio with optional 8-track player offered entertainment as well as peace of mind with its airbags for extra safety. Small yet roomy, the 1976 RAF 2203 Minivan was a reliable, stylish, and luxurious vehicle that provided a wide range of features that made it perfect for any occasion. From the begin of its production in 1976 and until its discontinuation in 1985, it was a vehicle that many families had come to depend on.
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