My 1994 Chevy Caprice Wagon Tour
This is a tour of my 1994 Chevy Caprice Wagon. I purchased it in 2005 with
just under 33k miles. I wanted a large, powerful car, and that's what I
got (I was in the market for a sedan, but when a rust-free car like this
comes up, you can't say no).
Shot on a rainy day, the car is dirty but the video goes over the LT1 V8,
Interior, rear compartments, and slight overview.
I haven't done too much to it, but you can read all about it at it's
Summit Turbo Mufflers on a LT1 Roadmaster Wagon
Audio Quality is not the best..some old clips. But I will get better clips
assembled as I go along with my newest wagon project. This is just to show
that you don't have to shell out $90+ a muffler to have good sound and
performance. These costs around $25 each.
World's Greatest Wagon? - /BIG MUSCLE
• BIG MUSCLE GARAGE
Sometimes old cars break, it's just what happens. While some may see this
as an inconvenience, we here at /BIG MUSCLE took it as an opportunity to
expand our horizons, take a chance, and venture to a place we rarely
frequent - the drag strip. Our plan was to film, talk to and get an idea of
what racers go through when they run their cars down the 1,320. Everything
was going great, until that is, they told us WE could race. We showed up in
our 1992 Chevrolet Caprice wagon, aka, the Battle Wagon, so we knew we
weren't going to set any records. What we weren't prepared for though, was
the amount of fun we'd have running one of the slowest vehicles on the
planet, at one of the fastest places in Northern California.
My 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon "GS" - Ed Siarkowicz Photographic Images, LLC
The car Buick should have built. First installment of the making of a hot
rod grocery getter. Bought the car early 2011 with 193k miles on it.
Replaced the transmission in early 2012 at 213k. As of January 2013 the car
has logged 240k and carries my photography equipment around as a daily
driver with the original engine. Exhaust cutouts and engine rebuild plans are
coming up later this year. Stay tuned. To view my photography portfolios
search "Ed Siarkowicz Photographic Images, LLC on YouTube or join me on
Diesel Buick Roadmaster Wagon Coldstart
Here it is coldstart of one known 6.2 diesel 1991 roadmaster wagon. -10c
not plugged in, sun was up for maybe half hour.
Can't lay claim to the swap but I can lay claim to it's resurrection. Here
is the write-up
The car was sitting for a year and I knew there were kinks to be ironed
out, which for the most part have been done, it was the wrinkle that hurt
teh ego and pocketbook the most.
Fresh batteries, cabling, starter, rotors, pads calipers, fresh 3' Exhaust, new to me caprice seats.
A new to me 700r4 after the estimated 250k mile trans pump failure before I
even got the thing plated.
Up next is a fresh set of injectors and glow plugs, getting 28mpg on the
highway now, hoping for 35-38 after the freshen up.
LS1 Caprice Wagon - Clean Performance
Clean Performance - GTO LS1 powered 91 Caprice wagon first operations video
See the first video of the series (FIrst time starting) here
Custom Buick Roadmaster, 1/1/09
I was driving out to northwest Indiana on U.S. Rte. 41 this past New Year's
Day when I spotted this 2-tone yellow Roadmaster station wagon at 97th and
Ewing in South Chicago. Somebody had gone to an awful lot of time and
expense to turn it into a 2-door sedan delivery; chopped, raked windshield,
fender skirts, body-color taillights in the bumper. And that paint job,
complete with scallops on the hood! Made a gray January day a little
If you're the owner and you see this, shoot me a comment and tell me the
origins of this project.