Keep It Stock: 1978 Chevrolet Caprice Classic
I’m not a big fan of telling people what to do or not to do with their automobiles, but I’ve got a special request to the world for this next car. Don’t lowride, customize, rotary swap, monsterize, or DONK this classic. Just drive it. Keep it clean. But leave it stock, because there aren’t many this nice left in the wild. Save the malaise era whales, keep ’em stock. Find this 1978 Chevrolet Caprice Classic offered for $12,500 in Westminster, MD via fakecrash martmart. Seller submission from Mike.
From the seller:
1978 Chevrolet caprice classic
Listed 3 weeks ago in Westminster, MD
About This Vehicle
Driven 29,000 miles
Exterior color: Green · Interior color: Green
Fuel type: Gasoline
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.
$12,500 cash, no trades. Please do not message me with lower offers, or asking if this is still available.
1978 Caprice Sport Coupe (no landau top) 2 door made with the hot-wire bent rear glass, similar to the Aerocoupe. It’s a very highly optioned car, including:
Power Driver’s Seat
Remote Trunk Release
The engine is the Chevy small block 305 V8. It runs great, drives like a cloud, and the transmission shifts like it’s supposed to. The brakes were recently gone through, and work great.
I’m the third owner of this car; the owner before me was an older gentleman (hence the AARP sticker). It’s always been garaged under my care. Odometer shows almost 29,000 miles, though since the odometer only shows 5 digits, it’s probably rolled over. Regardless, the car looks and drives like a low mileage car, it’s unmodified as far as I can tell, and has been adult owned.
The paint looks good at 10 feet; up close there’s driver-level imperfections. The A/C does not blow cold. The plastic trim/ filler piece between the rear bumper and the rest of the body is gone; replacements are available aftermarket. There’s a couple of missing trim pieces on the passenger side door pull. The sunvisors are worn and fragile. There is a little surface rust on the seams at the bottom of the doors.
Overall it’s a solid example of a pretty neat car. Doors feel like they weigh 500 pounds apiece. Michelin tires with good tread, and the factory wheel covers. Finished in two-tone green with green cloth interior.
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That green interior brings back memories. I wonder if GM could have saved some cash by making all their dashboards black or grey?