Chevrolet got it right in the mid 80s with their Monte Carlo
platform. The NASCAR inspired body styles are so popular right now,
and when you look at this amazing '85 you see why. Small custom
touches have been done to this car to really bring out the overall
look of the car. A cowl-induction fiberglass hood now sits atop the
original SS-correct 305ci V8 and combine that with a minor ground
effects kit and brand new 17" Vision Wheels, and this 85 Monte is
now ready for daily driving in 2017.
The recipient of a repaint in the early 2000s, this Monte Carlo was shot in its factory correct silver. Inside the interior is 100% original short of an aftermarket AM/FM/Cassette player. All the gauges work as they should and overall the seats, headliner and interior are in great shape. The dash does have a couple of cracks in the center that are typical with a car this age.
Overall the car is a great driver, still spins the tires when you want to and is ready to cruise down the highway at 70-mph. Don't miss your chance to own this great everyday classic! Call today, we can assist in shipping and financing.
Original 305 V8
Original 4-speed automatic transmission
Power Brakes with front discs
Ice Cold AC
One Repaint from new, great silver paint
Fiberglass hood with awesome body kit.
Red cloth interior
Brand new 17" Vision Legend Gunmetal Gray Wheels
Brand new less than 50 miles on tires
Fires up reliably every time!
DOES IT WORK?
Air Conditioning YES
Oil PSI Gauge YES
Temperature Gauge YES
Fuel Gauge YES
Tail Lights YES
Brake Lights YES
Reverse Lights YES
Turn Signals YES
Runs & Drives YES
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