For the 1986 model year, Chevrolet introduced the Aeorcoupe mode. It was a modified Super Sport body with a sloping rear window and a spoiler on the trunklid. Only 200 models were produced and sold to the public. This number was the exact number NASCAR required for road model cars to be incorporated into racing.All 1986 Aerocoupes were built at the Arlington TX plant. All models left the assembly line as a standard Monte Carlo SS and were sent to Brighton MI for modifications.This 1986 Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe is the real deal. It is a rare collector car and one that many muscle car and racing enthusiasts value. Miles are 48,508 original miles. It is a Southern rust free car that has always been well maintained.Exterior is white and the paint is excellent. Interior is the original burgundy and it is also in excellent condition.Engine is the original 305 cid with automatic transmission and overdrive. Options are power steering, power brakes, AC, and stereo.This 1986 Monte Carlo Aerocoupe has all the features of a great collector carit is original, authentic, has low documented miles, and is only 1 of 200.This aerocoupe resides in Kentucky.
Pick of the Day is a a NASCAR-style 1987 Chevy fastback
The Pick of the Day is Chevrolet’s popular coupe factory equipped with a 402cid V8
The Pick of the Day is rare because it has never been modified nor driven into the ground
Pick of the Day has been driven only 751 miles since it rolled out of the dealership’s showroom.
The Monte Carlo Intimidator Edition was a limited-edition trim package that celebrates the late NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt
Here’s a sleeper they’ll never see coming, a 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo that looks more like a disco-era bar crawler than a performance machine.
I was inspired for the Pick of the Day by the season-ending race for the 2016 Sprint Cup series, when Jimmie Johnson won his seventh championship.
On February 14th, 1972, I was turning 9 years old and living in Boulder City, Nevada.