The Slamvan is a vehicle available to the player in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and is also featured in the downloadable episodic pack The Lost and Damned for Grand Theft Auto IV.
GTA San Andreas
In GTA San Andreas the Slamvan resembles a heavily customized 1968-1972 GMC C/K truck, in fact, it appears to be based on this customized GMC. Naturally, it only has room for two people. It handles well and can reach extremely high speeds - especially with Nitrous equipped. It raises the player's sex appeal to over 60%. Sometimes it will have a custom chain steering wheel. Also, since it is a lowrider, the player can use it to enter the Lowrider Challenge at Unity Station, Los Santos. It can only be modified in Loco Low Co. in Willowfield, Los Santos.
It is also one of the most common lowriders as it is seen frequently in the higher wealth districts of Las Venturas, Los Santos, and San Fierro but it does spawn rarely.
The Lost and Damned
In The Lost and Damned, the Slamvan is a different vehicle; it no longer resembles a heavily customized pick-up as it did in GTA San Andreas. It now resembles a 1950s panel van, similar to a 1953–1956 Ford F-Series van. Lost MC member Terry Thorpe uses the Slamvan as a weapons transport. The Slamvan does spawn elsewhere on very rare occasions, mainly during all modes of a triggered gang war, you can also spawn the vehicle by using cheats.
Modifications (GTA San Andreas)
*Loco Low Co.
'GTA San Andreas'
*Parked in an alley near the El Corona safehouse, Los Santos. It is alarmed 50% of the time and locked 10% of the time. It is only seen parked when wanted for export.
*Importable from Easter Basin (San Fierro) after completing export lists. Import cost: $15,200 (only available on sunday)
*Seen driving around The Strip, Las Venturas and around Downtown Los Santos.
*Prickle Pine, as with other affluent cars.
*Often seen driving in Market, usually by Jim's Sticky Ring.
*Sometimes seen drving in Paradiso, San Fierro.
*The Slamvan plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
**Playback FM in GTA San Andreas.
**Liberty City Hardcore in GTA IV: The Lost And Damned.