This particular four-generation, 1987 Monte Carlo is actually quite unique outside of the obvious, glaring hues. It features the rare Aerocoupe configuration with the extended rear window. In 1986, only 200 Aerocoupes were made to satisfy Nascar requirements and then another 6,000 were produced in 1987. Needless to say, finding one in a good condition is a tall task.
For this vibrant vehicle, the owner selected a lime green paint job with gold accents. Inside, a peanut butter tan leather interio was incorporated with lime green accents to tie in the overall motif of the car. For the footwear, a set of 24-inch gold Forgiato wheels were added with lime green windows. The coveted Forgiato floating center cap tops off the set.
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