The third generation Chevrolet Caprice Classic was introduced in 1977 as a lighter and leaner version of the previous full sized Chevy sedan. The Caprice received two minor restyles during its 13 year lifespan, the second in 1986 restyled the front for a more aerodynamic look, but still maintained the boxy goodness that was lost with the 1991 introduction of the 4th generation. Today's example is a later style example and it hides a few wicked tricks under its black coat. Find this 1988 Chevrolet Caprice offered for $4,500 in Napa, CA via craigslist. Tip from Balzac.
This Caprice looks copish with its black steelies with polished hub caps, but don't expect to be able to eat a donut and shoot out tires when you are driving this thing around. You'll need all of your hands (and feet) because the 5.7 liter Chevy LT1 V8 mounted up front is connected to a T-56 6-speed manual gearbox. One terrible picture is all the seller is willing to share, but this thing has serious sleeper potential.
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