Parting 1995 Caprice 9C1, Parts Fit 91-96 Impala SS, Roadmaster, Fleetwood Brougham, Custom Cruiser

Discussion in 'Car Part-Outs' started by Electra man, Jan 10, 2020.

  1. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    Parting out a 1995 Caprice 9C1 all body and most interior parts are common with 94-96 Impala SS. Body parts are all identical to 91-96 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon from front bumper to back doors including headlights and turn signals. Several interior and body parts are common with Roadmaster Sedan and Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham. Doors will come with hinges, inner and outer handles, glass, power regulators and actuators. Drivers door panel and armrest are nearly perfect which is rare. Most 9C1 police car only items are here and available including front brake cooling air dam which is an upgrade for a Roadmaster.

    Large interior and body parts are local pickup only as I have no means to ship them.

    Please note shipping these parts has become a huge expense and hassle I don't need or want. If it doesn't fit into a USPS flat rate box the item is local pickup only. Sorry guys.

    The COMPLETE Engine, transmission, ECM/TCM and harness, rear axle and suspension, drive shaft, cooling system, steering box, brake system including antilock pump, front lower control arms springs and spindles are mine. They are the reason I bought this.

    Seeing as this is a 25 year old car I really haven't driven I can't guarantee any electrical components however I will give as honest a description of each item as possible.

    Car is located in Farmingville, NY 11738.

    The drivers front fender, both drivers side doors, grille, wheel covers and several interior parts are gone.
    If you have someone nearby that you want to pick up large parts for you I'll be happy to work with them. Prices will be per item but I will also be happy to price part lots.
    Rear quarters are badly rusted. The rest of the body parts seem fine as it was garaged until 3 years ago.

    PM me here with wants and needs. Thanks.
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    Last edited: Feb 19, 2020 at 12:32 PM
  2. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    More pics.

    The car has tilt and power driver seat unusual options for a 9C1. Interior is in exceptional condition with no rips burns or stains. Even the carpeting is in good shape. This was a fire chiefs car and was still in service until 3 years ago. It only has 103,000 miles on it which is extremely low for a car that was in municipal service for 22 years. The car averaged only 4,682 miles a year and was stored in the firehouse when not in use. Sorry about the crappy pics it's the slanted winter sun. The interior isn't as washed out as it looks in the pics. The dashpad is good with one 2" crack running from the airbag to the defogger vent. Check the pic up close.

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    Last edited: Jan 12, 2020
  3. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    Got headliner and sun visor pics today.

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  4. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    A better look at the passenger side. Yes that's duct tape holding on the trim. Guy I bought it from was a useless clown. 20200114_165411.jpg
  5. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

  6. Firstrivi

    Firstrivi Member

    PM sent ( I think)
  7. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    PM answered
  8. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

  9. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

  10. marxjunk

    marxjunk Well-Known Member

    can you post a pic of the speedo cluster?
  11. Electra man

    Electra man Older and Slower

    Sorry keeping that for myself. If I find I can't use it in my planned project it will go up for sale.

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