1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo --
This classy Monte Carlo is a solid cruiser that's benefitted from acute restoration. And if you're looking for an awesome classic that's clean attractive and ready to roll you simply won't find more muscle for the money! Mixing a killer stance with retrofitted Super Sport cosmetics this attractive Chevy definitely conveys a genteel aesthetic in the realm of broad-shouldered muscle cars. Not long ago the car's straight 'coke bottle' sheetmetal was stripped bare married to tinted glass and capped... with an attractive Cowl Induction Hood. Once that profile was straight and level deep black 2-stage was massaged to an excellent shine. And today this knight rolls as one razor-sharp G-Body that looks good runs great and is poised to turn heads for years to come! Lift this coupe's long hood and you'll find 350 cubic inches of spry Chevy small block that's been tweaked with a roster of choice hardware. Behind that proven powerplant the car's standard Turbo-Hydramatic 3-speed has been swapped for a fun Borg Warner 5-speed. That Camaro-sourced gearbox spins a tough Moser differential around a chrome-trimmed 12-bolt axle. That excellent drivetrain surfs a double A-arm front and 4-link rear suspension which follows factory power steering with four power-assisted calipers and four slotted discs. Power meets the pavement through polished blades which twist "SS" branded spinners around two 245/45ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Super Sports and two 275/40ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Super Sports. And when you pop the doors you'll find a stylish Black interior that's way too crisp to be original equipment. You really can't ask for a cooler classic than this classy Chevy especially when it comes to value. Offering great looks and proven performance for less than $30K it's the perfect car for any enthusiast who wants a top-notch cruiser that's sorted polished and ready to roll. Call click or visit and enjoy a little personal luxury!