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Chevrolet Caprice Emission System
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The Caprice was Chevy's most luxuriuos full-size car while it was in production, which was from 1965 until 1996. It was also a popular choice among fleets, particularly police departments.
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The Caprice started as a trim option on the Impala, which had been a very successful model for Chevrolet in the 1960's. The car quickly became its own model line. The B-body was discontinued in 1975. In the 1980's it was available as a four door sedan, two door coupe, and 2 or 3 seat station wagon. In 1986 the Classic Brougham option was added to give a better luxury choice to consumers. The car was restyled in 1991 to give it a more modern look. In 1994 Chevy upgraded the Caprice 9C1 and called it an Impala SS, reviving that model line. By this time the Caprice was using a de-tuned LT1 engine also used in the Corvette. These cars became a favorite for police forces due to their speed. They could actually beat a 5.0 L Mustang SS4 V8 on the drag strip. They can still be found on the used car market, and for pretty cheap, with lots of mods available and many choices for engine swaps. Try using eBay to find a good restored or project car, and all the parts you'll need.
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