This 1985 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS is an icon that has been kept in an amazing survivor condition, right down to numbers-matching high-output V8. And because these coupes have one of the best color combos around, you know it's an awesome total classic package. This has a look of an exceptionally preserved coupe. The timeless white paint shows all the right signs of being the factory-applied finish, and we should all be lucky to look this good after more than 35 years. Part of the level of preservation on this car is because you know it has seen less use. The mileage on the odometer is believed to reflect the actual total (averaging under 600 miles annually), and the crisp lines and straight sheetmetal shows the overall care this has received over the decades. Even the wraparound triple-tone stripe and SS decals showing nicely against the white paint. Elements like the well-integrated chin spoiler and trunk spoiler give this the proper SS looks. And of course, these were famous for the aerodynamic color-matched front end that helped people like Darrell Waltrip win the 1985 Winston Cup Championship. The maroon interior continues this coupe's exceptional level of preservation. It's like a luxurious time capsule with the comfy velour upholstery. Plus, the headliner, door panels, dash, and carpeting all look and feel great in their deep red color. And all the best features have been nicely preserved, including the Delco AM/FM/cassette stereo and cold-blowing factory air conditioning. Bucket seats, a center console, and a grippy SS steering wheel get your sports car senses pumping. And the full round gauge package with tachometer only heightens this feeling. The 305 cubic-inch V8 under the hood is the numbers-matching unit. Topped with a Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, this High Output version really makes the most out of the small block. All of this looks quite stock and well-preserved. In fact, the largest upgrade is not one you'll see, but you will certainly hear. This now has a newer exhaust with Flowmasters. The V8 is set up to be a torque-filled package that is perfect no matter if you're using this personal coupe for luxury or performance. In fact, the 1985 model is preferred for versatility because it was the debut of the four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. And there are great anytime features like the power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and sway bars front & rear. Complete with the dealer invoice, bill of sale, warranty card, and window sticker, you're looking at a well preserved survivor that's up for grabs. It's a great collectible that's also made to be a comfy driver. Call today!