It became a parts car. The interior is in decent shape, aside from that garish steering wheel cover. They remind me so much of when I was growing up and always bring up fond memories. The transmission is said to shift smoothly; however, some features like the power door locks, are non-operational. It does have some wear, which is to expected for the mileage.
One could look on Hemmings or any collector car site. Comfortable high-back buckets in tan cloth provide an upscale and subtle interior environment, a nice contrast to the extroverted exterior styling. Was great for long road trips. Zero feedback bidders will be retracted unless they contact me first. July 1st, 2013 This Box Chevy is rounded like its Bubble cousin, you feelin' it? You also get full-sized comfort with a spacious back seat, something that's sorely lacking in, say, a Camaro of the same vintage.
May 24th, 2013 Ultimate Auto's metallic-orange Box Chevy on 24-inch wheels! I know of at least 7 cars and all are white. The ones that thought it ugly? It was repainted in 2002 and looks fantastic today, and the paint is likely better than it was in 1987 bear in mind that paint technology has come a long way since then and the dark trim bits haven't been cooked by the sun. All the proper decals are still in place and aren't peeling or faded, and the irreplaceable rear window is in excellent condition. Four colors were available in 1987, including the sinister black seen here, and you probably won't find many so well preserved. Many are still waiting on that day. Great collectables always have three things in common: limited production, interesting history, and great performance, and this Aerocoupe definitely qualifies. I had a hyper chip installed, and Walker mufflers also installed.
That being said the trend in Detroit was a shift away from rear wheel drive. This car has always been a cherished collectable, so you know it wasn't subjected to foul weather in years past and has always been stored indoors. With a dark tint on the windows, this car looks nasty. Drive anywhere and ready for summer car shows. . Vehicle Description Some cars are instant collectors' items, and if you're smart, you make your move before everyone else catches on. In the day we had one of these.
He would have caused a lot of purists crazy trying to figure out what it was. Many bought were bought new or I was the second owner and had all the history on them. Underneath, it shows a few signs of age on the unfinished parts, but careful care is evident everywhere you look, although there is a Flowmaster dual exhaust system to improve the soundtrack a bit. Find it in Libertyville, Illinois, with 168,000 miles on the clock. That is just in my local area. With great torque and a throaty V8 rumble, this is a deserving descendant of the full-sized muscle cars of the past, and perhaps because of this car's special limited-edition status, it remains completely unmodified. Today, they're incredibly rare and beautiful 2-owner car is a smart bet for future appreciation.
It has always been properly stored, so everything in the engine bay looks fresh off the assembly line and it has plenty of grunt, as you'd expect from a traditional V8. The Aero Coupe is a gimmick. One of a kind super cool car that's only going to go up in value. Car was a joy to drive, and own. Well that was not the case with Aerocoupes back when that was their stance.
Might have been looking in a mirror at the time. Where the hell do you think you are? The only engine available was Chevy's venerable 5. The 2 rare parts of this Aerocoupe is the front bench seat and the t-tops. Did yours make the list? These were made in an era of the muscle car boom. From the stock air cleaner to the catalytic converter, this one is just like it was built and runs like new. Also for local sale and listing may end at any time. It never happened, but I still think it would of been cool.
Hey public we are not making anymore……. There's also a racy-looking steering wheel, a full complement of analog gauges including a tachometer, and red accent striping on the dash that ties it together nicely. This Box Chevy is straight confused and we kinda like it! The trunk remains plenty accommodating, although the modified trunk opening requires some gymnastics to load bigger items, and it includes a correct space-saver spare that's never been used. The rare thing is that 300 Aerocoupes of every color, black, white, maroon and silver had t-tops. February 7th, 2014 This Box Chevy has the demeanor of a new-age whip and the maturity of an old-school classic. One owner and selling at no reserve: this rare-in-white 1987 Chevy Monte Carlo Aerocoupe looks far nicer than the one we recently featured and is selling cheaply at the moment.
New staggered Cooper Cobra tires. Also a way to breathe new life in a model that was already on the way to being discontinued. Feel free to call or text preferred with questions 518 441 0824 Car sold as is where is with buyer responsible for shipping and pick up. When he got it home and started taking it apart you could stand on the ground in the rear seat area. What I have never seen though is buckets with a column shifter. There are many others how much do you want to pay for another low mileage example? A 200R4 4-speed automatic feeding 3.
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