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1993 Chevrolet Caprice LTZ 9c1 A TON OF NEW PARTS

I am selling my 1993 Chevrolet caprice 9c1 ltz.

Replaced parts or Pros

MAJOR THINGS DONE
Top end freshen up
Monte Carlo Steering wheel
Quarter Mod
INSTALLED HITCH RECIEVER THE BIGGEST TOUGHEST ONE MADE FOR THIS CAR WITH WIRING

NEW STUFF
New plugs (delco) ($18.32)
New Wires (delco) ($50)
New FUEL PUMP (DELCO) ($100)
New Fuel Sending unit (delco) ($100)
New idle control ($46)
New Radiator ($320 SPECIAL ORDER BECAUSE OF BEING A POLICE CAR)
New Fail Safe Thermostat ($13)
NEW TIRES $400
New Electronic Spark control module (ACDELCO) ($110)
New Ignition Module ($50)
New Cap and rotor ($30)
New EGR Valve ($65)
New o2 sensor ($20)
New Tierod ends ($52)
New Balljoints ($26)
BRAND NEW HEADLIGHTS ($100)
AIR WORKS!!!
Redid HVAC Vacuum line ($5)
Brakes ($50)

thats $1555.32 JUST IN PARTS ALONE
Plus labor on some of this all together i have put probably $2500 in to the car or more.

Will run and run and run but im pretty sure the driver side injector is flaking out on me (COMES WITH NEW INJECTOR) so you can't really drive it I would recommend towing it. I am tired of working on it.. It HAS TO GO... runs good just out of money.....

Come get it $2000 OBO

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1993 Chevrolet Caprice LTZ/9C1 (its a 9C1 but Title says LTZ) White 169k--- SOLD

1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 Blue 73k ORIGINAL Miles--- Current

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Light Blue 128k Original Miles--- Currently Mine but I'm fixing it to give to my grandmother.

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Yes it's a money pit
But it's my money pit DAMMIT!!.




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I will take it if you do C.O.D. lol
640miles x 22mpg @3.69 a gallon = ill give ya $2200 when you pull it in my driveway!

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94 fresh lt1 exhaust sets of car alarms
now able to pull real time readings XD
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are you serious?

1993 Chevrolet Caprice LTZ/9C1 (its a 9C1 but Title says LTZ) White 169k--- SOLD

1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 Blue 73k ORIGINAL Miles--- Current

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Light Blue 128k Original Miles--- Currently Mine but I'm fixing it to give to my grandmother.

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Yes it's a money pit
But it's my money pit DAMMIT!!.



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I am holding 2220! I will throw in that extra $20 to help buy your bus ticket home lmfao

91 caprice classic 305 smooth over 222k
94 fresh lt1 exhaust sets of car alarms
now able to pull real time readings XD
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What is up with the dash cluster. I have never seen a 9c1 type dash with the idiot lights on either side. More pics of that please?

What is the quarter mod?

Also whats the rust situation on this car?

Project 1994 9C1 Caprice with LT1 - THAT LOOKS LIKE BK HAS WIPED HIS @$$ WITH!
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the dash panel is from a NON-9C1 car... the one I had was all ****ed up and none of the Bone yards around here have a 9C1 car... trust me I looked everywhere... I poped the film thing out so you can see through the holes... I was going to dremal them Out and go with the darker wood color for the doors too but never got around to it... there is minimal rust.. just the typical rust on the rear quarter panels... I filled the holes (NOT THAT BIG) with blow foam cut the foam down to the shape of the quater panels and pained the foam white lol but again the hole is not very big at all... but the rest of the car is very clean

1993 Chevrolet Caprice LTZ/9C1 (its a 9C1 but Title says LTZ) White 169k--- SOLD

1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 Blue 73k ORIGINAL Miles--- Current

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Light Blue 128k Original Miles--- Currently Mine but I'm fixing it to give to my grandmother.

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Yes it's a money pit
But it's my money pit DAMMIT!!.



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ALSO the lines you see running down the passenger side of the car is just the glue from taking the rubber strips off there never got around to completely getting all of the glue off on that side as it got COLD... take someone 20-30 min to get it off

1993 Chevrolet Caprice LTZ/9C1 (its a 9C1 but Title says LTZ) White 169k--- SOLD

1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 Blue 73k ORIGINAL Miles--- Current

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Light Blue 128k Original Miles--- Currently Mine but I'm fixing it to give to my grandmother.

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Originally Posted by LT Scholz View Post
Yes it's a money pit
But it's my money pit DAMMIT!!.



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Is it a 9C1 or an LTZ?

Looks like a 9C1, your sig says it's a 9C1, but the Ad says LTZ....

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the title to my car says LTZ BUT the RPO code has 9C1

1993 Chevrolet Caprice LTZ/9C1 (its a 9C1 but Title says LTZ) White 169k--- SOLD

1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 Blue 73k ORIGINAL Miles--- Current

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Light Blue 128k Original Miles--- Currently Mine but I'm fixing it to give to my grandmother.

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Originally Posted by LT Scholz View Post
Yes it's a money pit
But it's my money pit DAMMIT!!.



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also i have the spotlight that was on it when I got it that goes with the car

1993 Chevrolet Caprice LTZ/9C1 (its a 9C1 but Title says LTZ) White 169k--- SOLD

1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 Blue 73k ORIGINAL Miles--- Current

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Light Blue 128k Original Miles--- Currently Mine but I'm fixing it to give to my grandmother.

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Yes it's a money pit
But it's my money pit DAMMIT!!.



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