Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is excited to offer one of the last of the dying breed, this late production, special ordered, 1975 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Convertible! Step into the classic era with this 1975 Chevrolet Caprice Convertible “Gold Plaque” edition, special ordered for Mr. Robert Bothfeld, who at the time was an executive for General Motors. This iconic vehicle is a true testament to the American automotive industry’s golden age, boasting a special order Light Saddle exterior paint with a white power top that elegantly complements its Dark Saddle wool herringbone cloth interior. With only 8,349 Caprice Classic convertibles produced in 1975, and even fewer having been special ordered, it is only a matter of time before the market skyrockets on these rare classics!
Under the hood, you’ll find a robust 350 CID V8 engine paired with a TH400 automatic transmission, ensuring a smooth and powerful drive. This Caprice Convertible is not just about power and performance; it’s also about comfort and convenience. This Caprice Classic also comes equipped with working air conditioning, ensuring a comfortable ride even in the hottest weather, an AM/FM radio that adds a touch of nostalgia, allowing you to tune into your favorite stations as you cruise down the road & the automatic convertible top is definitely a standout feature, allowing you to enjoy the open air with just the push of a button and the cruise control adds to the driving ease, making long trips more comfortable.
This Caprice Convertible also comes with hub caps, power brakes, power locks, power steering, and power windows, enhancing the overall driving experience. The newer radial tires provide superb grip and stability on the road, while the ride control feature ensures a smooth and comfortable ride, and the white walls add a touch of elegance and nostalgia to this classic beauty!
This 1975 Chevrolet Caprice Convertible is an elegant blend of classic design, powerful performance, and modern convenience. It’s more than just a car; it’s a piece of automotive history