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Several years ago we had to buy such a van. We are in Calif. and at that time Medi-Cal paid for the ramps and conversion. We had to buy the van and it wasn't deductible. In a group discussion some people who did not have Medi-Cal and used a Dr.'s prescription for the conversions were able to use it as a Medical deduction for the amount not paid by private insurance. As to the actual purchase price of the van I don't know. You might try Rancho Los Amigos in Downey, Calif. One of their caseworkers could probably help you or Lantermann Regional Center on Wilsire Bl. in Los Angeles. They deal with alot of this type of equipment. When you get the CURRENT answer please post it.
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