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94 Caprice Wagon (SS Clone) for sale!

Guys, I sold this wagon to a guy in Canada last year. He has contacted me and has decided to sell it now. I thought I'd post it here for you guys. Don't bust on me for the car, its not mine anymore. Its a very nice car, and was well put together. It has many of the SS Clone parts, but not everything of course. It also has some nice mods. I'll list what I can think of.

1994 Caprice Station Wagon with 117,398 MILES, in the RARE "Dark Green Grey Metallic factory paint"!
Zero rust, paint is excellent, drive train is perfect. LT1 Engine of course. The interior is extremely nice, and very clean.

This wagon needs to be seen IN PERSON to understand how nice and clean it truly is! This car was built by a true wagon enthusiast! There are many many nice upgrades done to this car, and i'm sure I am forgetting alot of them.
--SLP Stainless Steel Headers (unavailable today).
--K&N Cold air intake
--Aluminum Driveshaft
--3.73 rear end gears with Posi-traction.
--MSD Ignition
--Turbo mufflers (quiet, but have nice deep tone)
--17 Inch Wheels and Tires from Impala SS
--Impala SS Leather Bucket Seats, with SS Logo's in headrests
--Impala SS Interior
--Custom Badges that say "Caprice SS" on rear quarters, and dash
--Color-matched bold molding painted to match.
--Color-matched Impala SS front Grill
-- Underneath is completely undercoated in black.
--Class III Trailer Hitch, with wiring.
--Front end Bra, also covers Mirrors
-- Upgraded front Sway Bar

It drives great, and has unbelievable power.
The man that built this car rebuilt almost everything when the car had around 50,000 Miles on it. It didn't need to be rebuilt, but he was a picky person who wanted to be sure everything on the car was like brand new, so he would never have any problems. So, at 50,000 Miles he took it all apart in the Winter months and rebuilt the whole suspension, so new ball joints, tie rod ends, shocks, bushings, etc..... He also decided to buy a brand new transmission right from GM and installed it, even though there was nothing wrong with the original transmission. He just wanted it perfect. All the suspension parts were replaced with Premium MOOG parts that were better than the stock parts.

Recently, new owner added New Tires, rebuilt tranny, rear shocks, sat radio, stainless exhaust tips.

He is asking $8,000 for it. Again, this is not my car, so please don't kill me, I'm only posting this to help the owner of the car out with his sale. If you are interested, PM me, and I will get you his phone number.

He said nothing has changed with appearance of car, so i will post the pics I have of it. Its gorgeous!

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1996 impala ss 72k, Hot cam, Holley TB,Lokar STS throttle & Cruise Control cables,Callaway intake,callaway full exhaust, PCM tune, bagged, B-Body performance frnt&rr sway bars, c3fab rr upper & lwr cntrl arms, shaved body, billet steering wheel, full suede & leather interior, MBA,RMS, DetailSS & ToadHauler enhanced,3 piece wheels,smoothies,gauges...started late, but i'm getting there.

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