1994 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1 police and parts inventory

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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Caprice
  • SubModel: 9C1 Police
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: Base
  • Year: 1994
  • Mileage: 239,000
  • VIN: 1G1BL52P5RR125391
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 5.7L SFI V8 LT1
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: San Marcos, Texas, United States


I'll try to keep this short. For sale 1994 Caprice 9C1 plus entire inventory of new and used parts.
After 2 years of fighting the notion, I have very reluctantly decided that I will attempt to sell my 1994 Caprice 9C1 that I have owned since 2001. The usual reasons like most red blooded car guys when they come to terms that life changes over time and so the priorities must change with it.
I will spare posting all of the photos and all of the information on this car to save on space but if interested please email me.
In summary, this is a native rust free Texas car built in Arlington, TX and began life as a Texas Highway Patrol car until the year 2000. It still has the DPS asset number in the door jamb. I don't know who the second owner was but they painted the car pearl white and halfway attempted an Impala SS clone with some terrible after market wheels. I bought the car one year later in 2001 at a car dealership in San Antonio with 105,000 miles on it. It was super clean and had an immaculate interior. One hole only in the roof. Texas DPS as a rule does not install spotlights on their vehicles. Engine is an LT1 with the GU4 3.08 open diff. I found out quickly why the car was traded in so quickly after it left DPS. Within days of buying it, the trans lost 3-4 gear. The dealership paid for the rebuild. After 7 rebuilds by two different shops in 9 months and some fierce letter writing, a brand new GM service replacement transmission assembly 4L60E SRTA was installed in 2002 (117,000) at a cost that was split 50/50 by me and the dealer. This trans has been in the car ever since and has performed flawlessly and still does to this day.
Fast forward to 2011 (211,000) the car had served me well as a daily driver for the past 10 years . I always thought I would keep this car indefinitely and started the process of restoring it. I started buying up NOS GM parts by the droves back in 2009 as many were getting discontinued. New steering wheel, new lights, trim, wheels, rubber, all of the police specific 9C1 upgraded parts and too many more to list here. In 2011 I removed the original LT1 engine that was still running like a top by the way but leaking oil out of every possible place but the valve covers. I purchased a "stock replacement" LT1 engine from Golen Engines on the east coast, they are know for their specialty in the LTX and LSX worlds. This engine has the aluminum GM heads and slightly more aggressive cam than the B Body. I installed it and reused no parts from the old engine at all except the intake manifold. New opti, new accessories, new exhaust manifolds, new injectors. You get the point, everything down to the green silicone 9C1 hoses to the oil cooler, oil cooler lines, orings, to the smallest vacuum line was replaced with new GM parts. This engine was tuned on a local dyno with 250 RWHP and 315 FT/LBS to the wheels. Tuner figures 20 percent loss through the drive line for approx. 315 HP 393 FT/LBS crank. It is currently tuned for 91+ octane.
Some highlights of the good
-6 year old upgraded LT1 engine with 27,000 miles of use with all new OEM parts (Runs great, runs strong, no leaks)
-perfectly functioning trans with 120,000 miles serviced by me with Mobil 1 ATF every 30,000 (Shifts perfectly, no leaks)
-Rear diff serviced regularly with Mobil 1 75w90 and both axles and seals replaced last year with new rear brakes, rotors and caliper brackets and hardware. (no leaks)
-Suspension upgraded with GM parts to the larger 5/8" lower ball joints
-Recent front end alignment
-Goodyear RSA P235/70VR15 tires with 70 percent tread left-Brand new GM NOS 9C1 wheels installed in 2013
-Power Windows and locks
-Cruise/tilt -Driver door panel not cracked-Dash is not cracked-Windows tinted
-Brand new cat back exhaust system
-Clean interior, arm rests are not broken (they were all replaced in 2004)
-New carpet in 2005
-GM AM FM CD player installed in 2010 that was reconditioned and MP3 input jack installed
-Has trunk kit made by Scott Williams with 10" provisions for subs
-All windows work and are not off track
-AC blows very cold
-Upgraded Racetronix fuel pump and wiring
-Plethora of new and used GM parts including hard to find items like the steering wheel, the 9C1 air dams that direct air to the front rotors
-Countless other parts replaced in the restoration process
The bad
-Paint is terrible (Car was garage kept from 2004-2011 and 2013 to present - Most damage occurred 2011-2012 when the car was outside while I built my shop. Clear is coming off hood, roof and trunk. Paint is cracking on roof near glass and in places on trunk lid.
-Trunk leaks water during hard rainstorms if left outside
-A/C compressor has small front seal leak, has to be recharged every 2-3 years ever since the engine was replaced.
-HVAC system works normal except will not direct air to floor when put on heat setting. (Heat does work and core was replaced when engine was)
-Front and rear suspension overhauled 10 years ago around 150,000. Still drives great but would benefit from fresh parts and shocks)
-Volt meter reads way high for some reason but alternator is putting out 14.5 volts.-both rear door panels and passenger door panel have one small hair line crack each above arm rest
I drove the car this past summer to New Mexico and back. on vacation. I would get in this car and trust it to drive anywhere as it sits right now.
I realize the car has a lot of sentimental value to me and no one else but I don't need to get rid of it, I just think I should as I don't drive it as much anymore and now that I have the 2014 Caprice I see myself using it even less. I'm going to start by asking $9000 obo for the car and my entire inventory of B Body parts. If I don't get any bites after a while, I will most likely sell the car separate from the parts. Ill probably get more for the parts selling them individually but that will take time and I think I would benefit from decluttering my life a little.
Parts included with the sale include:

Used NEW


GM Ignition control module Fuel Injector O-Ring Kit GM 19178978

Complete spare B Body LT1 engine (117,000 miles) Under hood junction stud with plastic cover

(less front accessories, water pump, opti) (Updated brass style)

Column Shift Grommet Bushing (x2) Cooling Fan Relay AC Delco D7065C

Both ABS pump module relays LT1 Opti-spark shaft o-rings (GM)

3 spare HVAC knobs Opti-Spark-Waterpump coupling GM 10128334

Fuel bib (purchased new in 2003)

(prevents fuel spill from getting on paint) window regulatortrack nylon rollers (2nd design)

Spare defrost grille (blue) Wiper arm bolt cover x 2 GM

Evap purge solenoid GM 19236596 Trunk bowtie emblem GM 10219665

EGR Valve GM 17113382 (5,000 miles of use) Radiator tank pressure cap (green coolant) GM

Cruise control module Rear Disc Caliper pins x 2 GM 18022147

P/S reservoir Rear Disc Caliper bolts x 2 GM 14067559

Spare Ignition coil and module GM (1994-1995) Upper control arm bumper stops x 2 GM

Surveillance mode switch GM x 3 Heater hose restrictor AC Delco 15-5423 x 3

Battery Hold Down bolt and bracket LT1 low oil level sensor GM 10137676

Cooling Fan Relay GM 12172736 x 3 Park Neutral safety switch GM 15705308

1994 Caprice Shop Manual Set GM Blower Motor Resistor Ac Delco 15-80850

2 spare 9C1 LT1 PCMs Air intake sensor

Silicone Hoses complete set (211,000 miles) F-Body LT1 purge solenoid relocation bracket

PF52 AC Delco filter (not e-core style) x 8 Dual cooling fan lower bracket GM

Dome light lens MAP sensor

Parking brake adjusting hardware Fuel injector clip GM 17112633 x 8

Power Steering fluid dipstick GM 10317982

LT1 upper radiator hose inlet Fuel Rail O-rings 17113086 GM

Opti harness Throttle Body Gasket GM 10105379

GM O2 sensors X 2

Fuel Pressure regulator Borg Warner

Throttle position sensor GM 17106680

Intake air temp sensor

Rear sway bar hardware

Driver door window switch cluster x 2 BOX # 3

Passenger door handle (outside) GM NOS Driver side lower b pillar trim blue

Negative Battery Cable GM 12164013

Brake booster vacuum hose

Exhaust manifold bolts

GM fuel injectors x 8 (200,000 miles) BOX # 5

Coolant Temp sensor GM 10283602 GM NOS 9C1 wiper blade (x4)

T-stat neck x 2

Throttle body top plate GM

Oil pump drive shaft and gear GM

Oil pressure sensor GM

9C1 battery junction 10161999 GM LH Headlight rubber trim

MAP sensor GM 10161998 GM RH Headlight rubber trim

Purge solenoid GM 10109530 GM center air dam

PCV 5,000 miles of use AC

10230680 GM rear bumper trim RH chrome

BOX # 2 10230681 GM rear bumper trim LH chrome

9C1 LT1 complete engine harness 16615175 GM driver door seal trim chrome

GM complete set door door seal trim 91-94 only

Pair of side marker lamps

BOX # 4

Lower Dash panel (blue) perfect condition BOX # 7

Trans dip stick 4L60E 12553725 GM accelerator pedal assembly

BOX # 6 BOX # 9

LH and RH headlights good cond. AC Delco wiper motor

RH tail lamp good cond.

Door trim behind mirrors BOX # 11

Factory air filter box

Dash Fuse cover trim blue 10253337 GM 9C1 external trans cooler

Front Passenger arm rest blue X 2

Positive Battery Cable

Non 9C1 gauge cluster BOX # 13

GM front left and right side markers w/o corner

BOX # 15

88968930 GM Impala SS grill (GMBlack painted)

Gear selector

BOX # 8 BOX #17, # 17 A

Rear door panel Blue

10269712 Trans cooler tube GM NOS

BOX # 10

10269709 Trans cooler tube GM NOS

Headlight switch assy. 9C1 x2

Passenger front arm rest blue

Assorted interior door trim black and wood BOX # 19

GM Wiper washer tubing complete

LH Cooling fan

LH cooling fan motor VO3 cooling BOX # 21

Cluster trim bezel black 10113758 RH mirror manual unpainted

Air filter box

BOX # 22

BOX # 12 GM front left and right side markers w/o corner

Home plate 10222980 muffler mount

RH dash trim and HVAC vent blue 10273578 parking brake release

Muffler hanger 12555323 Opti spark vent harness

Cluster trim black GF624K AC Delco fuel filter X 2

LT1 PCM 9C1 not tested LT1 throttle body gasket


Oil cooler

Misc parts BOX # 24

Fuel lines NOS GM

Box 14

Seat belts blue BOX # 26

Ticket writing lamp LH and RH new headlights (Not GM)

Box # 16 BOX # 27

Impala SS center caps 9C1 N97 center caps (plastic reproductions)

Box # 18 Box # 29

Rear lower control arms 18021378 GM RH steering knuckle

Rear 9C1 coil springs (1995.5-1996 5/8 lower ball joint)

Front lower control arms

BOX # 31

SHOP 180212?? GM LH steering knuckle

(4) Impala SS wheels (1995.5-1996 5/8 lower ball joint)

Blue dash pad no cracks

BOX # 33

NOS LH & RH GM LCA’s with 5/8” lower ball

Both trans cooler lines from transmission including temp sensor GM NOS

Other new parts

Moog idler arm

Moog tie rod sleeves x 2

Moog inner tie rods x 2

Ac Delco front brake pads 9C1

Ac Delco front brake pads Impala SS

Bendix Metlock MKD614AFM front severe duty brake pads 9C1 x 2

Bendix Metlock MKD628FM rear severe duty brake pads

GM exhaust manifold bolts

GM spark plug boot shields

Fuel pump relay GM

GM LT1 spark plug wire clips

GM fuel PSI reg o ring

GM heater hose T fitting

GM green oil cooler o rings

GM PCV 90 degree hose

GM front seal water pump

GM blue opti-spark shaft o rings

GM yellow water pump shaft drive o rings

GM exhaust manifold bolt spacers

GM water pump drive seal and orings

GM Opti-spark front cover seal X 3

GM water pump front cover seal

Water pump to block gaskets

GM NOS center Air Dam

Contact or message through ebay.

I am in law enforcement and occasionally used the vehicle to work extra jobs back in the day. If the buyer is not LE, emergency lights and siren amp will be removed but console will stay.

Thanks for looking.