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1984 Chevrolet Caprice Barn Find Looks Dirty and Dusty and Ready to Roll

The ’84 Caprice barely introduced any significant changes from the previous models, though the most notable novelty was the addition of a two-door sports coupe.
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In other words, the Caprice was now a series with three different body styles, but other than that, the car was largely the same as its predecessors.

If you want to get a closer look at the ’84 Caprice, the easiest way to do it is to check out this barn find model right here, which has recently been saved after being parked back in 2014.

With just one owner since new, the Caprice is all original, according to the seller of the car who recently posted in on Craigslist. It’s been stored under a cover and starts up and drives just fine, so theoretically, it’s ready to become your new driver with a thorough wash.

Been sitting since 2014. It belonged to an older man who it very little and has since passed away,” the seller of the car explains.

Coming with a title, this Caprice might not be as appealing as other Chevrolets, but it’s certainly worth checking out, especially given the mileage. The owner says the car has just 43,000 miles (69,201 km) on the clock, and they’re all original.

No information has been provided on the engine, though we’re being told this is a V8 Caprice that comes with an automatic transmission.

All in all, this is a nice barn find, and while it’s been parked for only a few years, it’s always good news to see an old car getting a second chance. Especially with a low mileage like the one of this Caprice, that is.

Needless to say, this car right here doesn’t come with a super-high price, and it can be yours for less than a maxed-out MacBook Pro. The owner expects to get $3,500 for the car but is also accepting other offers, so at the end of the day, it’s quite a bargain.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third party.

 
 
 
 
 

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