1988 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO SUPER SPORT, ONLY 7450 ACTUAL ONE OWNER MILES FROM NEW. RARE COLOR COMBINATION WITH SILVER BIRCH AND BURGUNDY BUCKET SEAT. I HAVE NEVER SEEN THAT COMBO, GENERALLY IT'S THE OTHER WAY AROUND.
ALWAYS WELL CARED FOR BY A NICE LADY IN NC. POWER WINDOW, POWER LOCKS,STEREO, NO T TOPS, RUNNING ON THE ORIGINAL GOOD YEARS AND RALLY WHEELS, THE TIRES LOOK GOOD, BUT PROBABLY SHOULD BE CHANGED OUT FOR HIGH SPEED SUMMER DRIVING.
PLEASE NOTE, I WILL POST MORE PICS AND DO THE PRICE IN A FEW DAYS. I WANT TO DO A FULL ASSESSMENT. I HAVE IT DRY STORED AT MY FACILITY IN NC, WILL BRING TO OHIO SOON AND DO A GENTLE CLEAN UP TO GET THE STORAGE DUST OFF. IT DOES RUN, DRIVE. STOP AND SHIFT PROPERLY. PRICING WILL PROBABLY BE MID 30"
HERE IS SOME INFO POSTED BY THE MONTE CARLO EXPERTS. I THINK ONLY 16000 BUILT IN 3 MONTHS PRODUCTION.
"The 1988 model year marked the end of an era." After producing
the Monte Carlo for approximately 3 months, Chevrolet decided
to cancel the Monte Carlo Super Sport model. On Friday,
December 11, 1987, at 5:29 pm, the last fourth-generation,
Monte Carlo rolled off the production line at the Pontiac,
Michigan plant. It is believed that the 88 model year was
just an extension of the 87 year to allow production of any
Monte Carlos that were ordered late in the 87 year. In so,
there were no changes to color or stripe options from 87 to