1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

I think the Monte Carlo is a great car. I especially love the 305 engine and its sporty look.

Everything about the Monte Carlo seemed good in 1987. I mean...Aerocoupe. The very name of the popular 1987 Monte Carlo trim sounds fast. With its 305-ci HO V8 rated at 180 horsepower, the SS Aerocoupe surely did not disappoint. New for 1987, the Aerocoupe even featured aerodynamic composite headlamps, as well as a rear window slanted to reduce the drag coefficient from .375 to .365, a drop that has helped the Aerocoupe remain among the cars raced today, with 6,052 cars sold in 1987.

The base model for the 1987 Monte Carlo was no weakling either: the engine was a 262-ci V6 rated at 140 horsepower, while the 305-ci V8 was rated at 150 horses. 72,993 LS and SS cars were purchased in 1987 (not including the Aerocoupes).

The interior was surprisingly comfortable, with the bucket seats still available.

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    So for our anniversary I bought my husband a beautiful rebuilt bottom up 305ci out of a 1978 nova....took car to my mom's so I could do the swap as a surprise only to find out it was gonna be more...

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    Have a car question ...how much is a Monte Carlo valued at 1987 all fixed up with crome pipes ..I brought one at 3200 and I have to fix it up just the paint and a little bit of rust

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