1991 Chevrolet Caprice SS If you don't like going fast then you may want to move on to the next ad because this 1991 Chevrolet Caprice SS was built for speed. Your first image of a "fast car" may not be a 90's Caprice but one spin around the block in this custom is sure to change that. The car gets attention wherever it goes and if the custom paint doesn't turn their heads the sound sure will. The base of the car is coated Black but that is then topped with custom Purple flame graphics up front that lead to the torn checkered flag on the roof and rear panels. All of the glass is in good condition and has a dark tint which blends in nicely with the paint. A custom hood is in place with dual scoops that give it a much more modern look. Twenty inch polished out Boyd Coddington wheels are found under all four corners with Michelin tires. Probably the most eye grabbing feature on the car is the 468 big block motor sticking out of the hood. It is topped with a 671 Weiand blower, dual carbs, shotgun style hood scoop and tons of chrome. The car has an awesome sound through dual headers into Flowmaster exhaust which is routed out of the rear in custom Chevy bowtie tips. The motor is paired with a 400 turbo transmission with 2800 stall that moves through the gears with ease. The car has a ton of power and is extremely fun to drive. Check out the following table to get a breakdown of the drivetrain which has less than 1,000 miles on it since built. The interior is complete in Black leather with custom Purple SS lettering embroidered on the headrests and custom flames on the headliner. The dash is the original style set up but has been upgraded with an aftermarket AM/FM/CD player as well as white faced Autometer gauges which are mounted in a custom polished bezel. In addition to power steering and power brakes the car has power windows and power door locks. A custom flame billet steering wheel sits in front of the driver and nicely tops off the tilt steering column. The trunk of the car has been customized as well to house the Kicker Comp speakers and amps. If you are looking for a car that is just as much fun to drive as it is to look at then come take this Caprice for a spin today. We guarantee you won't be able to get that smile off your face. Get it for a fraction of the build cost at $22,950.00!
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