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Posts : 1566
Join date : 2010-06-19
Age : 32
Location : working a corner near you

PostSubject: August car of the month   Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:13 pm

This is my first caprice because i'm a cadillac type of guy, but come on how could anybody not like these cars.
this is a quick history of my car. This one of a kind 1996 chevrolet caprice 9c1 began as an ordered vehicle from the factory for the chief of the Hudson N.H. The car was originally a blue? I would guess the color of the jams but a light blue shows in spots. It ended with this blue cloth interior and gold paint combination. The tale lights we're changed and wire wheel covers to make it a regular looking caprice. I'm not sure when but the vehicle returned to the dealership around 80k miles. The motor and tranny we're rebuilt because they can jus do things like that. It became an one of the summer vehicles for a awhile sitting during the winters. Then around 2005 it only came in to get washed and serviced then parked back in the driveway all year. For four years I've kept this car looking good until finally it was put up for sale in 2009. I was in no position to buy the vehicle so i pushed everyone i knew to buy. After a few weeks on the market my old man came home and needed a car. Easy enough i convinced him this was the car he needed.

For $3000 cash he took it home in march 09 with about 89k miles. Around febaury this year i gain position of the vehicle because the old man left the country again. So now I have the caprice and drive it like the police are back behind the wheel. I replaced the radiator, tranny cooler, and exhaust from the cats. back minus the resinators so the exhaust dumps behind the rear wheels. I added an i-pod radio with a 15" sub in the trunk. This is my current daily driver and i love it. I never grows old just smoking sports cars at the light in a big body. The look on their faces are priceless. Badass of n.e. is an incrediable group when everyones burning rice around here. It was great meeting and chatting with yall and i'll get back to you about the caddy soon. thanks. Twisted Evil

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Join date : 2009-01-25
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Location : Littleton, NH & St. Simons Island, GA

PostSubject: Re: August car of the month   Fri Aug 06, 2010 9:18 pm

Nice looking car you've got for yourself! Kinda of a sleeper. Sometime you'll have to tell us about your Caddies that you have had. Hope to see it soon at a club activity.
Nice pictures.

Tom C.
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PostSubject: Re: August car of the month   Sat Aug 07, 2010 8:12 am

That's cool it still says Police in the trunk lol

I bet the car had a two-tone paint scheme when in service, with dark blue around the door area, light around the trunk area. I would have thought the entire car would have been jammed one color though...unusual.
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PostSubject: Re: August car of the month   Sat Aug 07, 2010 8:26 pm

No pics with the wires? And what about the Caddy's???? Smile

Nice write-up. Smile

Bill "The Verb" Crovo - Resident Car Slut & Unicorn Hunter

A Toasted Marshmallow, A Long German, A Lame Suburban and expensive dreams...
Missing all my previous B's, D's and V... Sad
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"Ooooh! Look! Something shiny!"

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