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Old 01-21-2014, 05:48 PM
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New to me 1996 B2500 low top conversion. I am trying to discover who did the conversion as a path to possible replacements, info and so forth. I know about CPC, but that doesn't help too much if I can't ID who did my conversion originally. So, I'm hoping that someone here could recognize some of the custom parts and lead me to the answer.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xg11o5xfgxslt21/kVqh1iau40

here are pics of the exterior and interior. The seats have a small tag with "All Custom", and the frames are Attwood. That's about all I can find that's not Dodge stock. Any ideas about where to look?

I just did the engine water pump, for which there are no you-tubes, or other pic instructions that I could find. Lots for Ram pickups, but the whole fan shroud thing is completely different on the van. I'll post that up in another thread shortly.
 
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If the spare tire cover is original to the conversion, you might try these guys:

Zephyr Van Conversions

1950 Jimmy Daniel Rd
Bogart, Georgia 30622-2203

(706) 354-8067

They should have your VIN on file.

Good luck!

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Our 2001 LWB A1500 van conversion is a "starcraft" conversion.
The under hood, door post sticker and the title/registration all reflect it.
This is TEXAS.
Behind the fancy wooden fuse cover behind the drivers also.
Go to pull your part junk yard and look around.
Dodge van conversions are well represented in the rows of vans.
 
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Judging from the seats, window treatments and the roof lighting, I would say the conversion company was PrimeTime. BUT, the stereo system behind the driver's seat in the second row isn't anything I've seen prior by a conversion company.
 
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I guessing that Zeyphr is the answer, since I believe the spare carrier is original. There was only one owner of this vehicle.
I've had the door panels off, and there are numbers (probably serial for the conversion, like a build number for a boat) but no company stickers or markings like that.
No worries, I'll be doing quite a few upgrades after we get out of these snow dumps in places that aren't ready for it (like Huntsville Alabama)!

Looking for clues to other stuff now. check my other threads.
 

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