Oi, the seller suffers from a shortage of punctuation. I will translate.
get on the van wagon vans are climbing in value quick if you dont already know this survivor trick van original paint whats left of it factory swivel seats funky interior you like or you take it out been sitting runs tight sounds good 351 w could use tune up doesnt smoke shifts good manual steering paint this and it would sweet have two show tire can through in sperit of 76
ford produced the trick van this year salvage title was issued because it was donated from cancer instatute and the auction prints only salvage titles but you cant drive the paper right
Punctuation added (some was guessed at):
[G]et on the van wagon[!] [V]ans are climbing in value quick[,] if you dont already know[.] [T]his survivor trick van [has] original paint [(whats left of it), ]factory swivel seats[,] funky interior[.] [Y]ou [might] like [it] or you [might] take it out[.] [The van has] been sitting [but it] runs tight [and] sounds good[.] [It has a] 351 w [that] could use [a] tune up. [It] doesnt smoke, [it] shifts good. [It has] manual steering. [P]aint this and it would sweet have. two show tire can through in sperit of 76 [????? sorry, I have no idea what this last bit means]
[F]ord produced the trick van this year[.] [S]alvage title was issued because it was donated from [a] cancer inst[i]tute and the auction prints only salvage titles[.] [Y]ou cant drive the paper right[. Don't get that last sentence, either].
Remember kids, spelling and punctuation matter. Pay attention to your teacher in school and practice good grammar habits!