The Caprice, which was first launched 1990, had ultra-smooth styling and lent itself well to customizing. Being a practical car, too, and coming with a V8 as standard meant it soon got the attention of hot rodders. Station-wagon versions often got used as aftermarket manufacturers' show vehicles come parts haulers, and this is one has been built along those lines but has gone a step forward and backward at the same time. This Caprice features styling touches from a 1957 Chevy Nomad, including the rear three-quarter panels and tail lights, side trim, hood spears and a classic set of polished American Racing Torque-Thrust rims on 275/50 Pirelli tyres. The interior continues on a 1950s theme with red and white tuck 'n' roll, but has rearward-facing back seats to best utilize the huge rear space. Power comes from Throttle Body fuel-injected small-block Chevy V8.
Chevrolet Caprice modified (1992) Specifications
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