Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to present this original
1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS. The 305 cubic inch V8 and 4-speed
automatic overdrive transmission have only seen a verified 81,000
actual miles since new. This Monte was originally bought in 1987 at
Phillips Chevrolet and kept by the original owner up until 2015. It
was sold to the second owner who couldn't keep the car, so it was
sold back to the original owner a few months later. The G-body saw
a repaint around 1996 and has had a set of aftermarket wheels
fitted to change the appearance, though the original wheels are
included with the sale. A clean CarFax shows no accidents on the
history of the vehicle and verifies the mileage to be accurate.
Start up the ignition and the small block Chevy rumbles to life.
Pull the shifter into gear and this sporty G-body floats down the
road. Options include: Air-conditioning, AM/FM/CD, Spare Tire &
Jack, Cruise Control, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks,
Power Windows, Tilt steering Wheel, seat Belts, Cloth Interior,
Radial tires with raised White Letters, Alloy Wheels and a Posi
Traction rear Axle. For more information about this fun 1986
Chevrolet Monte Carlo please contact our Chicago showroom at (708)
444-4488 or [email protected] To see more HD photos
and an HD video of this beauty running and driving please visit
1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
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