When you visit Paul Sherry Conversion Vans to look at the new 2019 RAM conversion vans, you will notice some updates to the latest version. Since our new conversion vans are based on the RAM, the changes to the regular vans translate into some exciting upgrades for all conversion vans built on that particular base. Discover some of the upgrades you will notice with the 2019 RAM conversion vans compared to the previous model years.
If you happen to spot a 2019 RAM conversion van next to the previous model year, you will instantly notice a few exterior upgrades. The most obvious changes are in the front fascia, which will require a closer look. Of the fascia updates, the most notable is the integration of the “RAM” grille theme that was previously just found on the line of pickup trucks. The RAM ProMaster that is the basis for 2019 conversions also has new [...]
Two leaders of the conversion van industry – Rocky Ridge Vans and Paul Sherry Conversion Vans – have teamed up to create a new line of conversion vans built on the strong and durable RAM ProMaster chassis. This new line of conversion vans will consist of top-of-the-line products that give customers the very best in conversion van luxury and functionality.
All new vans in this line will be equipped with features that make them ideal for a variety of customers. First, these vans will offer a comfortable and sizable interior space, allowing drivers to carry a lot of equipment, people, or a combination of the two. The floor is designed to be low, which helps contribute to the easy entry into the vans and it’s bountiful headroom. An unnoticed feature of the RAM ProMaster is the factory high-top [...]
Compared to Chevrolet, Ford and GMC, the RAM ProMaster Sherry Conversion Van offers many more advantages. From the overall design, interior and mechanical features, the 9-passenger van remains in a class of its own. Could this make the Sherry Van the Ultimate Passenger Van?
Unlike the Ford Transit conversion van, the factory raised roof of the Sherry Van is part of the framework and not a fiberglass add-on. In fact, the van is more than 17 inches taller, one foot longer and wider, but weighs 300 pounds less. The floor is also lower. In addition to providing more head and leg room, door entrances are wider and taller than the models manufactured by the competition. The rear doors open a full 270 degrees and lock into place when needed. The side door slides open and the width provides ample space in the event that someone [...]