I have a chance to buy one of these that had a wheelchair lift (now removed) and has a raised roof, a van I think would be a good candidate for a camper buildout. It's a big van, long and tall and probably thirsty. Has a 360 with a blown head gasket but runs and drives (blows white smoke/steam) and the body appears to be sound with just a little rust on the side doors. I'll need to get on a creeper under it. Doing some research tells me it's the first year of the Third Generation B vans and fuel injected. Anything in particular to look out for? Am I crazy to be considering this big van? I've done engine work before so the head gasket job itself doesn't scare me, but how's engine access for work like this? I've seen photos of van interiors with the doghouse removed. I'm currently on the Minivan forum for my '05 Grand Caravan, but I'm not so much a Dodge guy as a useful-van type of guy. This one is cheap enough that it would give me almost the space of a Sprinter or Promaster for a tiny fraction of the price. Thanks for the input!