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1994 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Wagon 4-door 5.7l on 2040-cars

US $3,000.00
Year:1994 Mileage:170100 Color: is in good shape with absolutely no rust anywhere on the car
Location:

Gloucester, Virginia, United States

Gloucester, Virginia, United States

1994 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Wagon with 170,xxx miles on the powerful 5.7 liter LT1 motor. Mechanically the car is in great shape with many new parts over the past few years. The exterior is in good shape with absolutely no rust anywhere on the car. There are a few spots in the clear coat, the trim is peeling, and there are two pieces of trim missing from the rear doors. The interior is a little rough with the only upgrades being a Kenwood HD Radio - CD Player and all of the speakers have been upgraded with Polk Audio components. 

In the past couple of months, I've installed a new battery, a new AC Delco Alternator, and a new AC Delco Throttle Position Sensor. I have a folder of receipts that verify that all of the following items have been replaced over the last couple of years by the previous owner.

Front pads, rotors, grease seals, calipers, wheel bearings, and hoses
Rear shoes, drums, wheel cylinders, and hoses
Front and rear springs (high performance in the front and cargo coils in the rear)
Front and rear shocks (coil overs on all four corners)
Stabilizer end links and bushings
Plugs, wires, cap, and rotor
EGR valve and air pump removed
Dual exhaust with Cherry Bomb Vortex mufflers
Oil cooler lines
Transmission cooler lines
Rear axle seals and pumpkin gasket
Valve cover gaskets
Intake gaskets and valley seal 
Entire AC system except the evaporator and condenser
Entire cooling system
Ignition module
Serpentine belt with tensioner and idler assembly
Oxygen sensors
Power Steering Flush
Brake Flush
Blower motor 
MAF sensor
Oil filler neck and cap
Most all vacuum lines
PCV valve

Included in the sale is a new AC Delco Idle Air Control Valve, (8) new AC Delco Spark Plugs, new fuel filter, and a box of misc. other parts. 

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