Same Owner 54 Years: 1969 Chevrolet Caprice

Chevrolet introduced the luxurious Caprice in mid-1965 to compete against Ford’s popular new LTD. It would quickly prove to be in demand, too, and became its own series instead of an option on the Impala. Production of the original… more»

Hideaway Peepers! 1969 Chevrolet Kingswood Estate

The Kingswood would be the top-of-the-line full-size Chevrolet wagon on two occasions. From 1959 and 1960 it was based on the Impala and again in 1969 through 1972 as part of either the Impala or Caprice lineups. With the… more»

396 and Triple Black: 1968 Chevrolet Caprice

Some minor cosmetic changes resulted in a great-looking Caprice for the ’68 model year.  The tail lights were redesigned and became incorporated into the rear bumper, plus the front grille was modified with optional headlight covers becoming available.  At… more»

Stored For 23 Years: 1968 Chevrolet Caprice

The Caprice was the top-of-the-line model for the full-size Chevys back in ’68, measuring nearly 18 feet long and providing seating room for 6.  Along with all the comfort the car offered inside, the coupe also provided some sporty… more»

Driving Project: 1966 Chevrolet Caprice

Buying a classic car only to face months (or years) of hard work before slipping behind the wheel can drive some enthusiasts away from tackling a restoration. However, vehicles like this 1966 Chevrolet Caprice offer an irresistible alternative. This… more»

43k Original Miles: 1970 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe

Chevrolet introduced its First Generation Caprice in 1966 and performed two styling updates between then and when our feature car rolled off the line in 1970. It presents superbly, and its overall condition and specifications suggest it would suit… more»

427 V8 Survivor: 1969 Chevrolet Caprice

Ford rattled Chevy’s cage in 1965 when they introduced the LTD, a Galaxie 500 with luxury trappings. The Bow-Tie Brigade quickly responded mid-year with a gussied-up Impala called the Caprice. It was so popular that GM quickly spun it… more»

Low-Rider Muscle: 1968 Chevrolet Caprice

The Caprice began in 1965 as a luxury option on the Impala, Chevy’s way of competing with Ford’s new LTD. The car quickly became a series of its own and would stick around through 1996 (as built in the… more»

Michael Keaton Replica: Batmobile

The Batmobile was first made famous in the 1966 Batman TV series using four custom creations built by George Barris. When Batman went to the big screen in the late 1980s with two films starring Michael Keaton, a new… more»

1992 Chevrolet Caprice Nomad?

There are quite a few “kits” that can turn your late-model vehicle into a classic such as the one here that transforms your 1990s Thunderbird into a mid-century Shoebox Ford. I’ve never seen a Chevy Caprice Nomad though! This… more»

28k Mile 454 V8! 1973 Chevrolet Caprice

Convertibles were on the way out at GM by 1973. They had already been dropped from the line-up of the intermediates when they were redesigned that year. And, at Chevrolet, the only full-size drop-top was now on the Caprice… more»

454 V8 Sleeper! 1989 Chevrolet Caprice

The Caprice emerged in 1965 as a gussied-up Impala, Chevrolet’s answer to the new Ford LTD, which was a fancy Galaxie 500. It would soon become a series of its own and U.S. production continued as a rear-wheel-drive car… more»

Last of the Line: 1975 Chevrolet Caprice Convertible

From the early 1970s, General Motors had begun getting out of the convertible business. Growing safety concerns had put a dent in their sales. For example, when the mid-size Chevelle was redesigned in 1973, no drop-top would be included…. more»

Numbers-Matching 396! 1965 Chevrolet Caprice

1965 was a special time for Chevrolet, as this was the year the company began offering its Caprice.  The debut car was introduced as a mid-year model in 1965 as a luxury trim package for the 4-door Impala, a… more»

Just Two Owners! 1988 Chevrolet Caprice

The Caprice was Chevy’s answer to Ford’s LTD. Both cars were introduced in 1965 as upgrades to the Impala and Galaxie 500, respectively. The Caprice would be a part of the downsizing of GMs full-size cars in 1977 and… more»

427 V8 Sleeper! 1969 Chevrolet Caprice

Chevrolet introduced the Caprice in 1965 as a combatant against Ford’s new luxury car, the LTD. The Caprice was to the Impala as the LTD was to the Galaxie 500, the same car with more creature comforts and sound… more»