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Fs Sa Wh Caprice


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For Sale

LS1 WH Caprice

Full Dark grey leather, good condition for age, no rips.

Electric sun roof (Slides and rises)

V8 aprox 205,000km (NO RATTLES TICKS OR KNOCKS, WELCOME COLD START INSPECTION IF REQUESTED)

Trans great condition very good firm shifts no slip

White over silver, good condition, chrome trim grille door handles etc.

20 inch spokey style wheels (Not In Pics) (New tyres less than 300km old)

16 inch stock caprice wheels (New tyres less than 500km old)

Can come with near new pedders super super low springs and near new front struts

New radio antenna (electric)

New power steer pump as was leaking

New Nolathane castor rod bushes

New Oil & filter less than 500km ago

New LHF window reg

New Handbrake button

Has had new radiator, and PCV lines etc replaced at some stage.

Brake pads are still @ 90%, Rotors recently machined.

Selling the car as my intersets have changed, have fixed a lot of problems with the car, its very comfortable, car has recently gone through major inspection by TSA As was defected for being too low, the car had super low king springs in the rear and low springs in the front when i got it. It still has legal king springs in the front and standards in the rear, however can come with pedders springs etc as mentioned above.

Car still has 'luxury' caprice badge sticking up off bonnet, un broken.

nice car, drives well.

$12500 ONO

MAY swap for GOOD import or MANUAL LS1 and cash your way if needed,

Located BAROSSA SA, Can meet.

Please call Lee on 0447910940, call or SMS. as i do not come on here often.

thanks.

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