America's most popular car during the 1970s, the Chevy Caprice Classic has the kind of longevity that comes from being an icon. The full-sized Chevy Caprice was first released in 1965 and continued production until 1996. It was not until 1973 when the model was officially named the Chevy Caprice Classic. Along with the name change, the Classic received a face-lift with a new cross-hatch front grille, square taillights installed in the bumper, and an energy-absorbing front bumper. Over the years, the model saw a third generation that ended with the 1990 Chevy Caprice Classic. In an interesting twist, the 1990 was built only until the end of 1989 and the production line shut down for the next generation vehicle. The fourth generation 1991 Chevy Caprice Classic rolled out a year later and was produced until the end of 1996. A fifth and a sixth generation series followed, showing that the Classic still has selling power. Whether you want a vintage condition or a brand new Caprice Classic, this car gives you a chance to be a part of automotive history. Browse through the inventory of the trustworthy sellers on eBay to see if you find a Chevrolet to see the USA in.