Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
You know the modern appeal of this 1989 Chevrolet Caprice Classic. Someone spent the time and money giving the exterior a cool look. Plus, the interior now has a full custom upholstery package and a kicking sound system. But beneath the donk-ready style are also the fundamentals you want, like a fuel-injected V8, A/C interior, and more.
This one takes the classic full-size Caprice style and gives it a well-done custom attitude. Not only was the factory white resprayed later in life, but also the bumpers, trim, and custom grille were also color-matched. When a color is so clean and crisp, you also want it to be on quite a straight body like this one. In fact, you can tell they really paid attention to details with the well-coordinated black bumper trim, blackout rear lights, and tinted windows all adding a nice contrast. A true classic American always has some brightwork, and so your eyes immediately gravitate towards the wheels. This is already sitting pretty high on a terrific set of 22-inch MOZ rims.
You'll love showing off the custom upholstery of the interior. The exterior white returns, and it's now nicely paired with a deep blue. The seats expertly intertwine the two-tone using the blue as a base and the white gives you terrific details, like the tuck-and-roll style inserts, contrast piping, and Chevy bow tie headrests. It's both a clean and a show-worthy total package. This gives you nice factory-style pieces like the front fold-down armrests, tilt steering column, cruise control, and air conditioning now blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant. This is joined by some great upgrades, like the wood and chrome steering wheel (that goes so well with the Caprice's wood-like trim,) and there's now a dull stereo system. It starts with a Kenwood AM/FM/CD head unit with a USB input for your phone and Bluetooth. That is your gateway to an upgraded stereo speaker system featuring two Phoenix Gold subwoofers in a large enclosure in the trunk.
Under the hood is proper Chevy power. The 5.0-liter V8 is part of a long history of robust small blocks, and this one benefits from factory fuel injection. And as you dig into the details of the engine bay, it also shows the right signs of proper maintenance. That makes for a package that fires up easily, and it can deliver the kind of torque to get you hustling from a standstill whenever you want. As you get out on the road, you start to feel how this Caprice was built for all-around comfort. You have a four-speed automatic transmission with a highway-ready overdrive, and the suspension is set up for easy cruising. Plus, the power steering, power brakes, and front disc brakes are all there to make all trips easy.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the kind of car that's just as good at highway driving as it is going slow so everyone sees you. It's a true custom cruiser, and you know it's unbeatable at this price. Call today!!!
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