Vintage Sales Specialty Cars
7641 Reinhold Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45237


Monte Carlo Custom "402" 45K **SOLD**

We first saw this car about 4 years ago right after the original owner sold it; it had about 40K on it at that time, and since then it has changed hands among collector car dealers several times and has been used, sparingly, as a "nice driver" (it now has 44.5K, and those are the correct miles on this car). This car was originally white w/saddle buckets and a tan vinyl roof; the car was due for paint, and the second [dealer] owner changed color to the period-correct GM color you see, a great color that GM offered on these cars when new and did a very professional job, everything off, all panels straight, no rust (we also have pix from underneath, but please see "further comment" at the end of this listing). The motor is the original and quite rare "little-big-block" 402, also has the Turbo 400 tranny, power discs, power windows, locks, and seat, tilt and [factory] sport steering wheel, rear defog, full gauges, cruise, factory AM-FM Stereo, plus assorted convenience and light packages, all confirmed by the build sheet (which is also coded "S" for special order, with all this equipment). AC (which blows cold) has been converted to 134; those are Eagle mag wheels (with no rust or corrosion on them, either). Car runs great, lotsa punch, front end and brakes are good, exhaust system is fairly recent. This is a very slick car with eye appeal out the wazoo (it looks even better in person); there are a few minor (we said MINOR) things that might be taken care of (and which we will do, or knock off for same) and which we will be happy to discuss with a serious buyer. $16,950. Further comment about "rust": When we state that a car like this does not have rust issues, we are telling you that the floors and frame are solid, that the sheet metal is good (and without any "bondo" repairs); at the same time, you get under this or ANY car of this age- even a car from the Southwest - with a flashlight and mirrors you are going to find some light brown "surface rust" up in the nooks and crannies on the untreated steel frame members. (If that is just not good enough, we suggest that you look for one of these that has had a full-frame-off resto). SALE PENDING ON THIS UNIT

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