U.S. intelligence agencies auction off minivan for surveillanceJune 18, 2020
At the US state auction, GovDeals on Wednesday, June 18, put up for auction Plymouth Grand Voyager 1998 production year.
This car is unique in that it was used by a certain non-mentioned American intelligence agency for covert surveillance.
The minivan was handed over to Chicago public services after the car was seized from drug dealers. Outwardly, Plymouth is unremarkable, in addition to the orange special signal on the roof, but in reality it hides the periscope for observation with an old video camera inside. In the cabin, it is worth noting the presence of a TV and a box for equipment. The rear windows are closed from the inside using shields so that the interior is not visible from the street.
The mileage of the minivan is 102,058 miles (164,246 km). It has a 160-horsepower V6 engine with a volume of 3.3 liters and a 4-speed automatic transmission. According to the seller, the new owner will have to replace the rusted shock absorber support pads, but repair parts come with the car.
The auction for the sale of a minivan for surveillance will end on June 20. At the time of publication, the cost of Grand Voyager is $ 2175.
In addition, it was previously noted that a unique Aston Martin V12 Zagato with an aluminum body is being sold at auction.
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