<VV> Ultra Van #540 For Sale in Milford, CT

Owen Strawn owenstrawn at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 30 20:54:51 EDT 2013

Relisted with a price drop:


Rare 1970 V8 UltraVan - $6500 (Milford)
The UltraVan was produced from 1960 to 1970. At 22 ft long with an 
aluminum and fiberglass unibody or monoccoque construction, there were 
approx 350 hand built units made. Units made between 1960 and 1969 were 
originally powered by the corvair aircooled 6 cyl engine located in the 
rear.  In 1970 the corvair was discontinued which necessitated a new 
powerplant. The water cooled 307 small block Chevrolet was chosen and 
installed in only 40 coaches before the company went out of business 
shortly there after. This is one of those 40. The coach itself only has 
26k miles on it as it sat for many years. It runs and drives great and 
is very reliable. The small block is contained in the rear under the 
king size bed along with a powerglide automatic transmission, a walters 
marine v-drive and a Corvette independent rear end. This is an all 
factory stock installation. The coach needs 1 rt windshield, interior 
curtains, water/waste tanks and a decent paint job to be 100% When 
completed these bring upwards of 20K. I am forced to sell this for 
$6500. Please call 203 228 1875 

> From: Owen Strawn <owenstrawn at yahoo.com>
>To: Ultravan Group <UltraVan at yahoogroups.com> 
>Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2013 8:27 AM
>Subject: Ultra Van #540 For Sale in Milford, CT
>Don Ansaldo's V8 Ultra Van #540 is for sale: http://newhaven.craigslist.org/rvs/4012207616.html
>Ultra rare 1970 UltraVan - $9000 (Milford) 
>>Extremely rare motorhome. Only one of 40 V8 models ever made. Handbuilt aluminum monococque chassis with fiberglass ends. 22ft long, weighs 5000lbs. Independent suspension front and rear. Powered by a rear engine 307 Chevrolet small block, Powerglide Trans and a Corvette rear diff. All factory stock. Coach is 75% complete. Runs, Drives and Camps excellent. First $9000 takes it. Call 203 228 1875 for more info.
>FYI, Don was last heard from in 2002: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UltraVan/message/1605
>Safe travels!

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