This 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Sport Coupe is an unrestored original
survivor. 1966 was the first year as a separate model for the
Caprice. The Caprice was introduced in mid-1965 as an upgrade
package of a few hundred dollars over the Impala. 1966 was the
first year for the "formal" Hardtop Sport Coupe. This Caprice was
purchased new in California and resided there with the original
owner until sold and brought east in 2006. It still retains its
original Lemonwood Yellow paint, original black vinyl top and
original black upgraded Caprice fabric interior. It has only been
driven 51,000 (title says "exempt") miles and still wears the
original California black license tags with the rear tag frame from
the original selling dealer. It is powered by the original 327 ci,
275HP V-8 and Powerglide automatic transmission. Other accessories
include power steering, tilt steering column, dual exhaust, soft
ray tinted glass, original "Bow Tie" accessory floor mats, AM-FM
radio with rear-mounted antenna, factory wire wheel covers, and
OEM-style whitewall tires. The trunk compartment retains its
original splatter paint as well as the original spare tire and
tools. The original window sticker, California registrations, books
and Protect-O-Plate are provided with the purchase of this car.
This is a well-preserved time capsule from 1966 and it is indeed
rare to find a car like this in this condition. Compete in HPOF
(HISTORICAL PRESERVATION OF ORIGINAL FEATURES) UNRESTORED Class
AACA or just drive and enjoy the way it was in 1966!!
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