1966 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Coupe Is A One-Owner Gem

By Amie Williams Aug 14, 2019
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By Amie Williams Aug 14, 2019
Just 55 miles have been accumulated since its restoration completion

Crown Concepts is excited to announce this insanely beautiful 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Custom Coupe for sale. Carefully and correctly restored, this Caprice Custom was bought and owned by the same owners since 1967, and spent its entire life in Tucson, Arizona.

A Perfect Example 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Custom
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In 1966, the Caprice was dropped from the Impala series to become its very own line. While the Impala continued to be a best seller, the Caprice was a top model for Chevrolet. Considered a Deluxe model, the Caprice featured front fender and deck signatures, wide-ribbed body sills, special Caprice hubcaps, and wrap-around taillights.

Garaged since its restoration, this one-owner Caprice has only accumulated 55 miles since it was finished. Everything ever done to the car (and everyone who has ever touched it) is included in its extensive documentation down to the original purchase contract through all receipts provided during the restoration.

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Slathered in the correct paint of what appears to be Lemonwood Yellow, this beauty shines like a diamond, and the black interior looks as if it just left the showroom floor back in November 1966. Perfect “Strato bench” black vinyl seats grace the interior, and woodgrain accents can be found accenting the dashboard.

Tilt the hood to expose a super clean 396cui V8 mated to a 3-speed Turbo-Hydramatic 400 transmission capable of a stout 325 horsepower. Creature comforts are available throughout in the form of power seats, air conditioning, power windows, and more.

Looking for that perfect classic car for cruising, this large beauty may be just what you need to break some necks around town. With its deep shiny paint and perfect interior, this car could easily bring home car show awards if that’s your thing. Even just taking this perfect old girl for a Sunday drive is certain to grab attention from onlookers. Check it out here.


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