1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Ss Aerocoupe on 2040-cars
Mechanicsville, Virginia, United States
This is a one owner, garage kept, stock 1987 Chevrolet Monte
Carlo SS Aerocoupe. Purchased in October 1987 from Bobby Murray Chevrolet in
Raleigh, NC. The car has 105,128 miles and a clean title. It has its original
305 V-8 and original automatic transmission. both which have no modifications
and are in great working order. The body is in great shape with no dents or
rust. The paint is original and good condition. It does have some very fine surface
scratches in certain places and a minor surface scuff in one place (see pictures). The scuff is very visible in the picture however it is not that visible in person. Also the original pin stripping has peeled off in two short places (see pictures). On the passenger side skirt at the very bottom,
the paint has been chipped away by road debris. The primer is still intact and
could easily be touched up. The light gray cloth interior is also in great
shape with very light ware. However the driver seat does have surface cracking
(not torn or ripped) to the vinyl which secures the side of the seat cushion to
the seat frame. It has its original AM-FM Cassette radio. The AC and heat work
great. A very limited number of Monte Carol aerocoupes were manufactured and an
even extremely few were with this exterior/interior color and feature combination. Original factory features include:
The car is available for inspection by appointment in Richmond, Virginia. Please contact me with any questions.
Cash, money order, or check (possession upon check clearing with bank)
The car is sold as is with no warranties expressed or implied.
This description is considered reliable but accuracy is not guaranteed and cannot be substituted for personal inspection.
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