West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional and extremely rare and and always rust free example of this older restoration 1966 Chevrolet Caprice 2 door Custom Formal Hardtop with the 248 V8 engine matched to an automatic transmission and restored in striking all 'Black' paint, vinyl roof and trim and with working period correct air conditioning, bucket seats, factory wire wheel hubcaps and narrow whitewall tires, a 'top-of-the-line' Caprice signature script, an electric clock, AM/FM radio, power steering and power brakes!
This particular example boasts being a 'Vintage Chevrolet Club of America Senior Award Winner' and having had single ownership since 1993! The car has been beautifully restored as required over the years and has a beautiful Black paint job and interior trim. The car has no signs of any rust or accidents and still has its original spare wheel in the trunk. The car drives magnificently and must be seen and driven to be fully appreciated!
The Chevrolet Caprice was introduced in 1965 as the top of the line model in the Impala division and become a separate division above the Impala in 1966. The Caprice Custom was reintroduced as the Chevrolet Caprice in 1966, taking the top position in the full-size Chevrolet lineup. The Caprice was the most expensive and luxurious model of America's favorite automobile. Engine choices included an inline 6 cylinder as well as the famous Chevy small block and big block V8's. Automatic buyers were given the option of the newly introduced three-range Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission for the newly introduced Mark IV big-block engine, displacing 396 cubic inches. This was the same L35 engine as the legendary SS396 engine with 325HP.
In summary, this is one rare and wonderful opportunity to a own an incredibly collectible example of a legendary all American muscle car from the sixties, the top-of-the-line 1966 Chevrolet Caprice 2 door Custom Formal Hardtop coupe in striking all 'Black' and in turn-key ready condition to drive away today!