About Chevrolet Caprice
The Chevrolet Caprice is a full-sized automobile manufactured by Chevrolet from 1965 to 1996. Serving as the most popular American car during the 1960s and 1970s, the model reached the peak of 1 million sold in its first year. From 2011 to 2017, the nameplate returned as a full-size, rear-wheel-drive vehicle, mostly for police utilization. The Chevrolet Caprice has now experienced six generations in total. Initially, The standard model was equipped with a 4.8L V8 engine, and the 6.5 L "Turbo Jet" V8 was optional. For the latest model, customers can choose between a 3.6L V6 and a 6.0L V8.
The transmission initially was either manual or automatic depending on different trims, and air conditioning was available. The second-generation Chevy was offered 4 types, including a 3-speed manual, 4-speed manual, 2-speed Automatic Powerglide, and 3-speed Automatic Turbo Hydramatic, but the manual was removed in 1977 with the update of the automatic transmissions. Later, the 4-speed automatic became standard and the 6-speed 6L80 automatic was added in the returned version. You can get more information on our websites. Enter the auto name and all parts we support will come out.
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The first-generation Chevrolet Caprice was launched for the 1966 model year, positioning it as the top-line full-size vehicle of the brand. The Chevrolet Caprice parts included a four-door hardtop, the new station wagon with four 6-9 passengers, and a two-door hardtop with a squared-off formal roofline. It was well-known as the name "Caprice Custom". The second generation was a complete redesign. The length was extended to 121.5 inches and the appearance became bolder and more Chrysler-like. The interior remained high level and the station wagon was shifted to a unique 125-inch wheelbase which was larger than any previous model. The next model has lowered the weight and shrank in size, making it the most changed full-size Chevy ever. For the fourth generation, although the body and the interior were new, its powertrain, chassis, and transmission were still similar to that of the predecessor, leading to the result that some parts were, in fact, interchangeable between the two types of vehicle. Since 1999, both left- and right-hand drives are available with the Chevy for the first time.
We also provide those Chevrolet Caprice parts at present. The parts are produced and tested by the same team that develops the vehicle to make sure they best fit your cars. By shipping from the authorized industry or the OEM, we are able to get the parts directly from the brand. We are happy to solve the problems of your auto, so always be free to ask and tell us your request.