Be careful buying a 9C1, there are many things to consider, other than the neat stuff it has over a regular Caprice or Impala. The whole "spray painted over" decals is pretty bad. They just peel off, so this makes me think this is shoddy workmanship. You should look for holes from the light bar, push bars, and antenna's. Body work isn't cheap or easy, especially with a coke can sized hole in the roof and a few quarter sized holes from push bars (you would need a new bumper cover for the front $300 and maybe the back $300). Seats $400 and carpet $300 are rarely any good (if they even have them) in a 9C1, and considering the price of replacements you might want to think about this. Rarely do these cars come with some of the "creature comforts" the Impala has. You can kiss power seats goodbye. Of course, mileage and the heavy duty wear put on these cars is a major concern. As far as I know the only differences between a civilian and 9C1 Caprice is a oil/tranny/power brake cooler, lifetime hoses, springs, slightly stronger frame, and a few others I forget at the moment. Let's just put it this way... cost of a complete piece of crap '95 9C1: $8,000(actual car). Price of a mint condition, perfect civilian '96 Caprice: $9,300(actual car). Rough estimated cost to make civilian into 9C1 yourself: $800 +/-. Make sure you look at this from all angles before you buy. I originally wanted a 9C1, but then I looked at around 35 cars, and am now the very happy owner of a civilian Caprice. If you still want a 9C1, my advice is to save your pennies and be patient. There are some great ones out there, just wait until you find one and don't settle for something that may become a money pit. Just my two cents.