800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is the last of the great large luxury Chevrolets. After the fourth-generation, Chevy shut the books on American Caprices, so when you can find one that has spent a lifetime in great care, the value goes beyond the fuel-injected V8 under the hood and the large luxury interior.
This 1992 Chevrolet Caprice Classic is the right car for a certain type of person. This is for the one who not only appreciates the new wave of vintage cars that have modern convenience and styling, but also loves all the great classic American hallmarks of a full-sized vehicle. It starts up front with the wide grille and upright hood ornament leading the way. You see a premium profile with a crease that starts at the headlights and runs uninterrupted through the trunk and around the other side. This is highlighted even further by a dark blue pinstripe. There's even a great bright trim strip that runs around the entire sedan, except for at the license plate, where the bumper provides part of an integrated dip in the design a very cool detail. There are old-school values, and you can see them perfectly thanks to great care of the entire body and a nice shine on the factory light blue paint. While this Caprice truly earn its "Classic" name, right down to the wire wheel covers, there's more to see here. The streamlined design could only come from the modern age. It's this total package of new and old worlds that truly makes the car special.
The pinstripe on the outside was also a preview of the interior. And just like the exterior, the combination of two shades of blue really does look elegant. This one is fully loaded to be a comfortable cruiser. In fact, while this is a full-sized vehicle with room for family and friends, you can always be driving in individual comfort thanks to a fold-down center console that allows for bucket style cruising. This has spent most of its life with the same owner (only averaging about 2,200 miles annually,) so the comfy velour shows barely a mark. As a luxury Chevy, this came with an impressive list of features, power front seats, power windows, power locks, wood-like trim, and provisions for the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. Plus, the air conditioning has been converted to R134a to remain cold and easy to service. Because this is a modern classic, it also comes with desirable safety features like a driver's airbag and anti-lock brakes.
Under the hood, the motor looks like a 1992 time capsule. Below the factory plastic covers and original decals is a fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8 engine. This was reserved for trucks and the large sedans so that it can deliver the kind of torque to get you hustling from a standstill whenever you want. Plus, this hardy motor had nice recent maintenance investments, like a new fuel pump, alternator, and fuel filter. More than just robust, it always has the kind of quiet operation that keeps in good standing with the neighbors. This powerful & luxury 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 easy cruising with thick sway bars at each end. Plus, the power steering, cruise control, and front disc brakes are all perfect for the long haul.
This car was a cherished sedan by its first owner, and now it's looking for you to carry the torch. Call now!
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