I bought the car used in 2000 with
68,000 miles. My wife hauls the kids
around and we all pull a travel trailer
with our Caprice. I have the 5.7 liter
engine that is great. I perform
regular maint. and have had no major
problems. For the flexability and the
capability the wagon is hard to beat.
It's too bad they are no longer
produced. Leave it to GM to Kill a
The 5.7 liter engine is fantastic. No
doubt the highlight of the car.
Rear seats could offer better support.
I've had a few problems with small
electrical stuff but not much
especially for a car that is a '94 with
Get theV92 trailering package. Limited slip, HD condenser, HD alternator, HD radiator with "hurricane" mechanical fan, engine oil cooler, 2.93 gears. Add '96 police 5/8" ball joints, HD F&R anti-sway bars, 3.42 gears, Impala wheels, high load 275/50/17 tires, new silverado deep transmission pan, police power steering cooler. And you have a wagon the equivalent to Fleetwood V4P capable of towing 7000 pounds. But it drives and performs like a wagon and still gets over 21 mpg.
LT1 Corvette Engine, HD cooling goodies.
dash transmission temperature gauge, power steering temperature gauge, tachometer
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