A 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo like this is truly an interesting vehicle. It is one of the sleekest and sportiest versions of a classic personal coupe. And an early example like this one has some unique features that will always keep it a standout classic.
This is a pivotal year for the Monte Carlo. The SS just returned the previous year, and the factory-correct color combo you're looking at would not continue after 1984. This is particularly important as you start to see how well coordinated the packaging is inside and out on this car. There has been a lot of care that has gone into this coupe. One professional respray has been done so well that the white paint retains a great clearcoat shine. Even the wraparound blue striping and decals with built-in fade look like the factory pieces. That's particularly important because the overall package this well preserved is a big "wow" factor. The sporty urethane chin spoiler and unique nose give the SS its NASCAR-inspired attitude and a subtle deck lid spoiler reinforces that it's a grown-up hot rod, not a boy racer. There's no room for chrome with body-colored bumpers and trim, which gives it a modern and sporty overall appearance. But because this is a true American classic, they did have to leave room for brightwork, and now that comes from the updated Rally wheel package.
1984 was the only year for the all-blue interior, and so we are thrilled to see it this well presented and preserved as the exterior. Another exclusive are the cloth bucket seats. This was the only year that the individual front seats and center console were included with the wood paneling interior, and this combo seems to represent the dual sports and luxury nature of the Monte Carlo SS the best. Other features of this premium performance car include power windows, power locks, cruise control, tilt wheel, electric rear defogger, the original AM/FM/cassette stereo, and updated and ice cold R134a air conditioning. Even the clock still works! The driver grabs a sporty dual spoke steering wheel and beyond that is a round full gauge panel, including tach.
On a Monte Carlo this original so far, it's great to see such an honest engine bay that's correct right down to factory stickers that are still seen throughout. The 305 cubic-inch small block V8 under the hood is a strong runner with plenty of old-school muscle car torque. The condition of the whole car is exactly what you would expect on a coupe that has averaged less than 2,300 miles annually. Linked to a trusty TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, it's a fantastic highway cruiser. The suspension is tuned to be entertaining but you can still feel this car's luxury coupe origins underneath, so it's great for road trips. It even has power steering and front disc brakes to keep you in complete control.
Rarely do you get to find a well preserved classic that's this distinct and affordable. That's why you also know you have to act fast to take it home. Call today!!!