- Engine Size
- 327 V8
- Transmission Type
- 2 Speed Automatic
1966 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe
Chevy Caprice name was introduced in mid-1965 as a luxury trim package for the Impala four-door hardtop. A year later, it became its own model line consisting for a 4-door hardtop, a coupe, and a 6- or 9-passenger station wagon. The Custom Coupe had a formal roofline while the station wagons had special wood-grained body-side trim. The four-door hardtop Sport Sedan had a bench seat in the front with Strat-back front seat being offered as optional equipment. The interior was done in plush cloth. Vinyl or cloth was available in the two-door coupes while the station-wagons were given all-vinyl interiors.
Offered for sale is a rare 1966 Chevy Caprice in Laguna Blue with black vinyl bucket seats and interior. This Caprice is powered by a 327ci/300hp V8 engine and an automatic transmission mounted on the floor. The 2-door coupe is equipped with factory air conditioning, gauge package, power steering, power brakes, and rally wheels with new red-line tires. The car has 1 high quality repaint on a rust-free body. The chrome is mint, and the car runs and drives with no noticeable flaws whatsoever. Included with sale are all the books and protect-o-plate.
It would hard to find a nicer Caprice Coupe anywhere.