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This is an underdog story of high-top roofs, TVs and wood and leather, an underdog story of a slighted van coming back to best its bully – and it begins with the Dodge Sprinter.
A Tale of Two Vans
At the turn of the century, Mercedes-Benz sold a mammoth cargo van in the United States as a Dodge Sprinter. After a few years, Mercedes reclaimed the name, leaving Dodge and parent company Chrysler out in the cold. Once Fiat purchased Chrysler, Chrysler turned to its new father for help, and Fiat obliged. Up its sleeve it had the Fiat Ducato, a popular European van produced for three generations and trusted as a cargo van and motorhome. Built on the Ducato chassis and much to Mercedes’ chagrin, Chrysler unleashed the Ram ProMaster work and cargo van.
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Everyone who gets behind the wheel of a vehicle wants to travel in style. There’s nothing like cruising down the open road, knowing you’ve got many of the creature comforts along with you. For those who are lucky enough to be driving a Sherry Van, that’s exactly what they’ve got. One of the premier Executive Vans in the industry, the Sherry Van is at the forefront of premium conversion vans. Built on the Ram ProMaster chassis, the Sherry Van provides its owners with luxury at an affordable price. With a price difference approaching $40,000, it’s easy to see why more and more people are turning to the Sherry Van for the Ultimate in Conversion Van luxury and style.
When it comes to amenities, the Sherry Van has everything you could ask for. An [...]