A colloquial expression for a burgundy Dodge Caravan mini-van common on the West coast of Canada. It is sometimes used in reference to a Plymouth Voyager but never a Chrysler Town and Country. Ghinds are traditionally first or second generation (1984-1995) Caravans that feature the classic "burghinder" paint colour. The Chrysler model is not, strictly speaking, a true ghind because of its luxurious faux-wood panelling. Camperized ghinds are especially awesome, obviously.
This is a pretty sweet van but my other ghind is a turbo!
by 2.5L Turbo! September 10, 2008