If it's a 1960s American van you want, we've found three choices on eBay you might like.
The first is a 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier described to be in good condition. A 110-hp engine and four-speed transmission get the van going. Inside and out you'll find turquoise and white accents. Bidding starts at $4995 but, with one day of bidding left, the Chevy van has yet to attract a single bid.
It's no different from the 1966 Ford E-100 van that has two-and-a-half days left in its auction. The Ford takes a more artistic route, with custom fiberglass sculptures attached with pins and welded to the body. With over 200,000 miles, it shouldn't be surprising that some work needs to be done to the van, which has a $3500 suggested starting bid. The owner says the Ford gets lots of attention -- we don't doubt it.
The 1966 Dodge definitely represents the biggest restoration project. The suggested starting bid is $1599 but the Buy It Now price is just $251 more. On the positive side, the Dodge does have mag wheels and two "like new" tires. Then again, there's clearly a lot of work to be done.
Which '60s van would you prefer: the Chevy, Ford, or Dodge?