Is this a cool family classic? The best vehicle to haul the other
toys? A cool sleeper project? A great head-turner for an affordable
price? The answer to all of that is "yes." That's because this 1994
Chevrolet Caprice Wagon is an actual miles and well-respected
grocery-getter. And that touch of sporty appearance is a nice
reminder of the Corvette-based LT1 V8 power under the hood.
Your first impression is all that needs to sell you on this Chevy.
It's a factory two-tone Dark Cherry and gray that both have a nice
hint of metallic. This is suspected to be the original application,
and this car has averaged about 3,300 miles annually - far less
than you expect from most family wagons. So the finish retains an
attractive gloss. This shine is also a great way to highlight the
cool curves of the torpedo-shaped wagons. And details like the
tinted windows and 17-inch Eagle Alloy wheels make for some nice
sporty upgrades. But the overall appeal is just the car you can see
in the sheet metal that makes this one a solid-looking classic.
These were built to be terrific long-haul cruisers with seating for
up to eight. It starts with the ruby red velour seats that have a
fold-down front center console to give you individual space when
the middle seat isn't needed. The front seats even power adjust to
the ideal comfort position. You also get great factory luxuries
such as air conditioning, power windows, power locks, an
AM/FM/cassette stereo, anti-lock brakes, and dual airbags. The
reverse-facing third-row seat is a great piece we wish we could
still get in wagons today. After all, any noise is facing the other
direction. And if you want to fold both rear rows flat, you've got
the perfect machine to securely haul everything from a weekend's
worth of projects to the ultimate tailgate package.
Under the hood is an engine bay that looks like a time capsule.
Below the factory plastic covers is the 5.7-liter LT1 V8 engine...
Yes, this is the same type of fuel-injected powerplant that was
available in the Corvette and Impala SS. That's why these are
quickly becoming valuable favorites for tuner/sleeper cars. But the
factory tuned these Caprice Classics for smooth and easy driving,
and this remains refreshingly stock. That means plenty of power
whenever you need it, but the kind of quiet operation that keeps
you in good standing with the neighbors. This powerful and
luxurious dual nature is best felt on the open road. You have a
four-speed automatic transmission with a highway-ready overdrive,
and the suspension is set up for grand touring. Plus, the power
steering, cruise control, and power brakes with discs up front are
all ideal for the long haul.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker and the
owner's manual. We already know your imagination is running wild
with the places you'll go and the things you can do with this
unique wagon. But since there is only one up for grabs, and it's so
affordable, you might want to hurry up and call today!
1994 Chevrolet Caprice
Exterior Color:Dark Cherry Metallic
Interior Color:Ruby Red
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