This 4th-generation G-body rear-wheel-drive limited-production
Monte Carlo SS rolled off the GM Pontiac Assembly plant in 1987. It
still has all its original factory tags and badges from the day of
delivery to Jay's Pontiac Inc in Coldwater, MI, in December 1987.
Optional equipment includes F41 Sport suspension, special SS
stripes, aluminum wheels, rear spoiler, limited-slip differential,
power front disc brakes, air conditioning, sport mirrors, sport
steering wheel, tinted glass, cruise control, tilt steering, an
AM/FM stereo and intermittent wipers. Now displaying 244 actual
miles on the odometer, this G-body Monte Carlo is offered with two
sets of keys, dealer-prep instructions, original Window Sticker,
down payment receipt, owner's manual, dealer brochure and delivery
inspection checklist. This is a true survivor, with only two owners
in the last 32 years. It's powered by a 5.0-liter (305ci) code-L69
8-cylinder engine with Rochester Quadrajet carburetor and produced
a factory-rated 180hp when new. The engine features 9.5:1
compression and a camshaft unique to the L69 high-output V8 backed
by GM's famous Turbo Hydramatic TH350 automatic transmission with
overdrive. The 1988 Monte Carlo would be the last of the midsize
Chevys produced until they returned in 1995. **SOME STATES ISSUE
"MILEAGE EXEMPT" TITLES AFTER 10 YEARS - THIS CONSIGNOR REPRESENTS
AND THE CURRENT TITLE REFLECTS "ACTUAL MILEAGE"**
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