What I appreciated when I discovered The 1969 Caprice is their diversity. The first Caprice is an introduction to the whole piece before all the dramas that are going to happen. The first Caprice is light and talkative quite happy almost innocent. Then, the second caprice is much more theatrical quite Venetian, like a Vivaldi’s opera.
There is the third one with the syncopations in C minor. It’s beautiful melancholic and sad. It is linked with the fourth Caprice which is very determined almost protesting with a lot of strength. Towards the end, the Caprices are almost abstract. It is where The 1969 Caprice Classic goes very far into strange spheres. For example, in the 16th caprice or the 22nd. In the 22nd, he reaches such a high position on the fingerboard leading 17th position.
Photos of 1969 Caprice Classic
The C Sharp goes over the fingerboard of a modern violin. The note is almost barely audible. The 1969 Caprice parts try to make us listen to something we can’t hear. In the 24th Caprice, there are lots of original ideas. The metrics change, and it is good. This is very modern and unique. At the same time, this last Caprice is the longest.
The 1969 Chevy Caprice 4 door has good sales at the first year. The next year Chevrolet providing more package occupied its design and body styles like the station wagon and the two door hardtop. Caprice becomes a luxury car rapidly, and other cars manufacturer know it will be the fierce rival in the class. To keep this momentum without interruption, Chevrolet makes some downgraded to The Impala, so The 1969 Caprice became the new top offers.
The 1969 Chevy Caprice Specifications
- Drive Type: Rear Wheel
- Engine Location: Front
- Engine Type: V8 5354 cc – 326.7 cu in – 5.4 L
- Weight: 3895 lbs or 1766.742 kg
- Power: 235 HP (172.96 KW) @ 4800 RPM
- Bore : 4.0 in | 102 mm.
- Stroke: 3.3 in | 83 mm.
- Models: V8 327
Production Figures – 1969 Chevy Caprice Value
- Total Chevrolet Production for 1969: 1,109,013
- Total production of Caprice for 1969: 166,900
- Production Years for Series: 1965 – 1970
- Price: $3,295-$3,675