Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
For those who remember that a Chevrolet Monte Carlo should be equal parts luxury and sport, this 1987 LS model is exactly what you've been looking for. It has glossy paint, well-placed upgrades, and a loaded interior that make it a great all-around cruising coupe.
The Luxury Sport (LS) model brought a new level to the Monte Carlo. While these fourth-gen coupes have always looked quite striking with their long hood and short deck appeal, this one really brought the design together. Elements like Euro-inspired flush headlights and revised rear make this a more distinctive cruiser. And if you're a fan of these personal luxury machines, you're going to love the total presentation. The factory-correct Medium Gray Metallic was given a more recent respray. That means it has the right kind of gloss to highlight the flowing curves of the front fender and overall well-plated sheet metal. The full-length trim has a mirror-like style that adds to the car's premium nature. And this also eyes your eye to the 18-inch Boss wheels that give some additional sporty style to fully live up to the LS name.
The interior keeps the Luxury Sport image going correctly. It starts with a pair of bucket seats up front that give you a hint of sports car bolstering, but are really plush enough for grand touring comfort. The odometer is believed to represent the full actual mileage, and the interior reflects the less use of a car that has only averaged about 2,200 miles annually. There are plenty of comfort features such as cruise control, tilt wheel, the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. Just like the exterior, this has been upgraded for a nice touch of added sporty style with an upgraded steering wheel done in a coordinating gray. And both the dash and center console have a cool carbon fiber-like textured trim.
Under the hood is the 4.3-liter V6. This is a great motor for all-around driving because Chevrolet relied on this for use in everything from the full-size Caprice to work duty in pickup trucks. So it has a hardy nature, and this comes from the era of factory fuel injection. It's even linked to a 200-4R four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front discs, and you've got a coupe you can enjoy near or far.
This is the Monte Carlo that truly lives up to its Luxury Sport name. So if you believe in a sleek coupe that can coddle, too, your perfect affordable classic awaits. Call today!!!
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