Blueprint RAF 977DM Minivan 1959

RAF 977DM Minivan 1959


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The RAF 977DM Minivan 1959 is a classic model of minivan that has stood the test of time. Firstly, it comes with a striking appearance with a sleek, one-piece body-color finish, curved lines, and chrome-trim. Its classic styling elements still remain timeless today. On the inside, the cabin is roomy and comfortable, and the interior materials feature premium upholstery and vinyl for a cozy atmosphere. Under the hood, it is powered by a 4.9 liter inline-six engine with an output of 125 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque, allowing it to reach speeds of up to 105 mph. To ensure maximum performance, it is equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission with column shift selection. The RAF 977DM Minivan 1959 also provides for enhanced comfort, equipped with roll down windows, air ventilation, and arm rests as standard features. Additionally, this van is considered reliable, as it is fitted with a reliable mechanical brake system, a durable suspension system, and metallic body rust-resistant coating. Finally, the 977DM is a great choice for those who seek a classic vehicle with a reliable performance.

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