1970 Chevrolet Caprice Series
The 1970 Chevrolet Caprice Series is powered by a Normal V8 engine that displaces 5735.47 cc. It produces 250.00 HP at 4500.00 RPM and 345.00 Ft-Lbs at 2800.00 RPM. There is a 3 speed Manual transmission. Chevrolet Caprice or Caprice Classic Chevy refers to a series of Chevy cars produced from 1965 to 1996 in the United States. Chevrolet Caprice 4-door hardtop sedan and made to compete with Ford Ltd which is based on the model Impala, and is a highly prestigious cars in the 1950′s but it is less expensive than luxury vehicles. Among the full-size Chevrolet cars, which include Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Del Ray, Chevrolet Biscayne and Chevrolet Bel Air, Caprice is the most expensive.
In the 1970s, two other models bear the name of the Chevrolet Caprice, Holden Statesman in Australia and Holden home to develop full-size car. The first model sold in Africa by South Africa’s GM Chevrolet Caprice and Caprice Classic while the second model is distributed in the Middles East also use the name of the Caprice. Both models are based on and features with their counterparts in Australia.
Models marketed in the United States along with most of the features of Chevrolet Impala, but with additional trims and features. 1976 Chevrolet Caprice is unusually long, even longer than most modern full-size pickup. That’s about 191/2 feet long and weighs 4800 lbs. Was downsized a year before Ford came up with a small version Ltd Platform is the same platform used by successful models to 1990 Chevrolet caprice.
1991 Chevrolet Caprice cars are restyled, replacing the 1977 Caprice square design with more aerodynamic sheetmetal. More upgrades to go with the Chevrolet Caprice models, including a new steering wheel, digital speedometer, more stylish and functional console, windows and exterior restyled. Although the Chevrolet Caprice industry has survived fierce competition over the past three decades, Chevrolet had to stop production due to poor response from critics. However, Chevrolet Caprice also left some lasting impressions. Chevrolet Caprice 9 C 1 most popular package and Caprice police vehicles are equipped with a 1996 Chevrolet LT1 engine is considered as the best police car ever made.
1970 Chevrolet Caprice Series Specifications
- Engine Location : Front
- Drive Type : Rear Wheel
- Production Years for Series : 1965 – 1970
- Price : $3,470-$3,865
- Weight : 3900 lbs | 1769.01 kg
Engine [Optional Engines]
- Engine Configuration : V
- Cylinders : 8, Hydraulic valve lifters
- Aspiration/Induction : Normal
- Displacement : 5735 cc | 350.0 cu in. | 5.7 L.
- Valvetrain : OHV
- Horsepower : 250 HP (184 KW) @ 4500 RPM
- Torque : 345 Ft-Lbs (468 NM) @ 2800 RPM
- HP to Weight Ratio : 15.6 LB / HP
- HP / Liter : 43.6 BHP / Liter
- Compression Ratio : 9.0:1
- Main Bearings : 5
- Fuel Type : Gasoline – Petrol
- Fuel Feed : Carburetor, Rochester 2-barrel carburetor
- Block : Cast-iron
- Head : Cast-iron
- Gears : 3
- Transmission : Manual
- Transmission : Automatic
- Transmission : Automatic, Turbo Hydra-Matic
- Gears : 4
- Transmission : Manual
- Total production of Caprice Series for 1970 : 92,000
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