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This Iconic 1987 Monte Carlo SS Can Be Yours

Donations go to organizations helping kids and veterans

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“Buick’s turbocharged V6-powered Regal Grand National was the quickest muscle car of the 1980s and still grabs all the attention, but Chevy’s V8-powered Monte Carlo SS owned the Grand National when it came to sales.” – Hagerty.com

The 1987 Monte Carlo SS is an iconic American personal luxury car that holds a special place in the hearts of car enthusiasts everywhere. With its sculpted exterior and sporty interior, it’s no wonder that over 100,000 of these carbureted V8 Super Sports were sold from 1983-1988. And now, you have a chance to own one of the finest and possibly the lowest-mile example on the planet.

Do you know the saying, “It’s only original once?” Well, here it is. This 619-mile, unrestored 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS is a time capsule that transports you back to the fun and frolicking days of the 1980s. With its Lamp Black exterior paint, distinctive red striping and maroon velour upholstery and trim, this Detroit iron is a true piece of Americana.

But with less than 1,000 miles on its odometer, this 1987 Monte Carlo SS is more than just a collector’s item. It’s also an opportunity to support veterans’ and children’s charities. By entering the Eighties Dream Giveaway and making a donation, you could be the lucky winner of this Monte Carlo SS, and make a difference in the lives of those who have served our country and our youth. Click here to enter now.

According to Dream Giveaway, only the battery and tires needed replacing on this MTV-era time machine. It starts, rides and performs as good as a brand-new Monte Carlo SS should. The only thing is – it has been over 35 years since this American dream machine sat in a new car dealer showroom.

So, what are you waiting for? Make a donation today and enter to win this 1987 Monte Carlo SS. Not only will you be supporting a good cause, but you’ll also have a chance to own a piece of automotive history. As Bill and Ted would say, “Be most excellent, dude!”

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