Supercharged Cop Car: 1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1

The forth generation Chevrolet Caprice was used by so many Police departments for many many decades that they still evoke a instinctive brake check from motorists…myself included.  This next example might date from the bubble styling era but the addition of a huge supercharger under the hood will let it keep up with modern fast sedans and probably make a great whining racket while it puffs along. Find this 1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 offered for $8200 in North Jersey, NJ via craigslist. Tip from Cory.

From the seller:

1995 chevrolet caprice

condition: excellent

cylinders: 8 cylinders

drive: rwd

fuel: gas

title status: clean

transmission: automatic



67k original miles, paint is also all original. Was supposedly ordered brand new from the dealer with the Paxton SN93 supercharger system on it, and due to these systems being about as old as the car I believe this to be accurate as the install was done right and has the Paxta Map fueler and auxiliary oil cooler. The blower is a self contained unit which allows the engine to otherwise remain 100% stock.When I bought the car the original exhaust was otherwise fine but the mufflers were rattling inside due to age so i replaced it with a factory style Jegs 2.5” replacement cat back system. The car has a nice mellow tone but has an excellent sound when you step on it. The car also has the very rare T84 Export model headlights, which are glass and use an H4 bulb. These also have a cutoff beam unlike the plastic versions all US produced cars had. 




The car has recently been Ceramic coated and has had fluid film rust preventative undercoated applied to protect from corrosion and keep it rust free. You will be very hard pressed to ever find another 9C1 Caprice in this condition. Call/Text me for more info, serious inquires only. Car still has red/blue wig wags and siren, has won 1st place in its class at GM nationals in Carlisle PA twice. Anyone can buy a clean Impala SS but not everyone can find a clean Caprice 9C1 these days. I’m asking $8,200. Note this car has always been privately owned, never used in any form of police service. the build sheet is still under the passenger seat also. 


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