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image.jpg I have a 95 Caprice Wagon, light Adriatic blue in color, same color cloth interior. It has power seats both sides, pw, pl, LT1, auto, cruise, tilt, and 109k miles on it. Body is in very good shape, has a few parking lot bruises ( door dings) here and there, only rust is very small area in spare tire well, I have a partial rear quarter/ spare well that is included in sale. Car has recent full service (fresh Mobil 1 and filter and trans filter and fluid). Interior is excellent, dash is perfect...no cracks! The only interior flaw is shoulder belt on middle seat drivers side is broken, has brand new Lloyds carpeted floor mats with Chevy bow tie in front mats.

Car has following mods/ new parts: Ridler chrome 645's 18"x8" zero offset with 245/45R-18 tires (500 miles tops), new ac pump, orifice tube, dryer, tinted widows (35% front doors, 20% all other windows), keyless entry, smog pump delete, dual exhaust with magnaflow mufflers, K & N cold air intake, and a new interstate battery.

Car runs and drives perfect, everything works as it should (exception; power antenna froze in up position). I am asking $5000 as described, I have a set of mid eighties truck ralleys with rings and caps, like new wrangler tires, I'd take $4000 for it with that wheel tire combo. Might entertain straight up or partial trades for GM pickup (honestly need truck worse than wagon). If interested, call or text Jeff at 660-734-5511.

Car is located in north central Missouri.

Damn iPhone! More pics in comments, more available upon request.
 

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Forgot to mention has new shocks (Monroe sensatrac heavy duty I think) on all 4 corners. New brakes front and rear, new front wheel bearings, turn rotors and drums. Rear diff pan was leaking, so I pulled pan, changed fluid and replaced gasket, has open diff with 2.56 gears. Car has factory working load leveling, that is if you were to install air shocks on the rear. I pulled the fuse to get the pump to quit running, lines to the air shocks were capped to keep out debris. The oem rear shocks leaked off and pump cycled every 15 minutes, driving or parked. Also has the crown vic rear sway bar...17mm bar, but makes huge difference in body roll as opposed to stock (no sway bar).
 
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