The Astro and Safari Tribute.
This Video is about the Best vehicles that ever drove on the road. The
Chevy Astro and GMC Safari.
There simply isn't another van out there today that can compete. There
probably will never be another like it. it had good handling, and a great
and reliable 4.3 ( Decendent of the famous 350 V8) V6 motor. That Piece of
junk box thing Chrysler claims is a van may look like the Astro but it will
This Video is for all the Astro/Safari owners that loved and hopefully
still love their Vans. It is also a tribute to all the Astro's and Safaris
that once roamed or still roamed the Highways and Byways of the World.
this is a video that I created in my spare time. I am not a professional
editor or camera man. I don't portray that I am. I know the music at the
begining is a little out dated but Hey it works. I hope you enjoy it.
GMC Safari & Astro Van Review
This is a review of the GMC Safari or Chevrolet Astro Van. The Safari and
Astro vans are very similar General Motors vehicles, powered by the 4.3
liter V6 engine. These vans are big enough to hold a 4 x 8 sheet of
plywood, haul 8 passengers, or pull a 5,000 pound trailer. If you want to
buy a used GMC Safari Van or Chevrolet Astro Van, this video will answer
your questions. They are good vans. I love mine.
1995 Chevrolet Astro Van Day Van Custom 4.3 For Sale SDSC Specialist Cars Cambridge
1995 N Reg, 47,000 miles. 6 seats, Automatic, Finished in Silver with full
grey leatherette interior with wood inserts and mood lighting. Sat Nav, Air
Conditioning, Central Locking, Cruise control, Electric Windows, Electric
Mirrors, Power Assisted Steering, TV, Front Fog Lights, DVD player, Radio
CD player, Multiple Airbags, Swivel captains chairs, Electric bed
conversion, Alloy Wheels, MOT
I love this van it's just fab! Not only does she look awesome but inside is
out of this world! These custom vans were and are sold through Chevrolet
dealers in the states. She was only imported in 2007 so is rust free and
has all been treated. She is in excellent condition throughout and drives
like a dream. She comes loaded with toys from Sat Nav, DVD player, TV,
cruise control, swivel captains chairs and the rear seat that electrically
turns into a bed at the flick of a switch. Even the mood lighting is just
great. She is fitted with Chevrolet's 4.3 litre 165bhp Vortec engine that
returns over 20mpg. Just watch the video she is fantastic!
Kickin Astro Van
Cedarville Community Park in Cedarville, Ohio
This new to the scene Chevy AWD Astro Van was a fan favorite and didn't
disappoint the crowd. But unfortunately in the end, it wound up breaking a
hub I think...
chevrolet astro camper van
chevrolet astro camper part 2
Boyd astro van converted to a 2/3 birth camper van.
laods of money and time spent on this one off van.
How To Change Spark Plugs And Wires On An Astro Or Safari Van
Here is how to change the spark plugs and wires on an Astro Van or GMC
Safari. On any van, the spark plugs and wires can be hard to reach. In
this video, I show you how to get to and change the spark plug wires on an
Astro Van or GMC Safari by removing the engine cover, crawling under the
van, or by removing the wheel and inner wheel well to reach the spark plugs
and wires. I didn't remove the wheel or wheel well, but it does make the
Trailer Hitch Installation - 1994 Chevrolet Astro Van - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Today on this 1994 Chevrolet Astro Van we are going to be installing Hidden
Hitch part number 87516. We are underneath the vehicle and we want to point
out the mounting locations that we are going to be using to install our
trailer hitch. Take a look at the driver side frame rail and look towards
the end of the vehicle you can see we have got an existing bumper bracket
and we are going to be removing this bumper bracket and using its fasteners
to attach the hitch to the frame. That is going to be the same on both the
driver and passenger side. There are three fasteners holding the bumper
bracket to the frame and two that are holding it to the bumper. 00:30
We are now going to move on to the forward most attaching hole. You can see
this one is very dirty. You are going to get that with most vehicles that
have seen at least one winter. If that is the case, what you want to do is
clean it out thoroughly before we get started. What I am going to do is
take a spray lubricant like a WD-40 and spray it down. We are just going to
take a wire brush like the one that we offer here at Etrailer.com and it
into the weld nut. Run it in there a few times and that is going to help
loosen up that rust debris that is built up in there. You may need to do
this several times depending on how rusty yours is. It is a good idea to do
it a few times and then run your bolt in and out and you can see if you
have got any resistance. If you do you want to repeat the procedure. We
want to do that for both sides of the vehicle and then we can put our hitch
up into place. 01:30
We are going to be using all new hardware to attach the hitch to the frame.
Into each one of the weld nuts we are going to be using the ten millimeter
bolts along with the lock washer and flat washer. What you want to do is
get your bolts started until you get them all into position and then we can
tighten them up. That is going to help make sure we can align all of the
bolt holes and weld nuts properly. At the two bumper attaching points we
are going to be using not only the bolt but the nut as well. You want the
head of the bolt to be going towards the bumper. On the other side we are
going to attach it using a flat washer, lock washer, and nut. 02:15
With all of the bolts tightened down we want to go back through and torque
our bolts. You want to verify with the directions the specific torque
rating for each of these bolts. For the torquing process I am actually
going to torque the weld nuts in the frame first and then move in to the
bumper bracket bolts last. Now that we have got our hitch installed we are
going to give you a couple of necessary dimensions that you will need when
choosing your hitch accessories. From the top of the receiver tube opening
to the ground is going to measure 12-1/ 4 inches and from the center of the
pin hole to clear the rear edge of the bumper is going to be approximately
4-3/ 4 inches. That will conclude the installation of Hidden Hitch part
number 87516 on a 1994 Chevrolet Astro.