Beautiful California survivor! Most of the paint is just as
Chevrolet applied it in December 1972. This special order oddball
is a BIG top-of-the-linewagon with many options except the third
seat. It is bristling with all the toys Chevy offered in 1973
including working power windows, doors, driver side bench 6-way
seat. AC is cold, chrome is CA fresh (looks new) the woodgrain is
still pliable and not cracked. The undercarriage is in typical CA
condition with no rust ever, still wearing its semi-gloss factory
spray. Undersides of all body surfaces and doors are completely
corrosion free. The first owner ordered and owned that car from
December 1972 until Spring 2011 when John purchased the car. We
acquired the car in March 2013 and moved it from its mid-CA homes
to Ohio. Interior vinyl seats, door panelsand headliner are
wonderfully preserved. There is a center split on the dash pad top.
that is fairly standard on these cars. The 2nd owner performed the
following modifications to enhance the cars fun and comfort
factors. Period type aluminum valve covers, glow distributor,
headers, modern power door remote, modern stereo/CD/big speakers,
deep tinted glass, custom wheels and tires, new interior carpet.
The original CA exhaust manifolds, wheels and tires are all still
present. Please call us for more information.
1973 Chevrolet Caprice
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