Chevrolets Monte Carlo Was Named For The City Of Monte Carlo In The Principality Of Monaco, Specifically The Ward Of Monte Carlo/Spélugues.
The March 1986 Issue Of Super Chevy Magazine Described The Car As "Refined–Both Cosmetically And Mechanically," With Its Many Improvements. The Magazine Also Noted The 1986 Monte Carlo Was "One Of Chevrolet's Very Best Buys."
Monte Carlo Was Among The List Of G-Body Cars And Were Some Of The Last Cars To Follow The Classic Front-Engine, V8 And Rear-Wheel Drive Muscle Car Formula, Remaining Popular While Most Mid-Sized Cars Moved To Front-Wheel Drive Equipped With A Modest V8 Or V6 Engine.
Features On This Automobile Are:
305 cid V8
Edelbrock Carburetor Atop Aluminum Intake
Aluminized Header System
Automatic Transmission With Floor Shift
B & M Shifter
Gauge Package With Trip Odometer
Tilt Steering Column
Power Door Locks
Dual Remote Sport Mirrors
Power Trunk Opener
Pioneer AM/FM/CD Radio
Amplifier Mounted In Trunk Along With 2 ½" Subwoofers Mounted In Rear Seat Frame
Passenger Visor Mirror
Exterior In Black
Charcoal Gray Reclining Bucket Seat Interior
BFG Radial TA Raised White Letter Tires On American Racing Wheels
This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all per-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective . .
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