1977 Dodge Royal Monaco Brougham

1977 Dodge Monaco Brougham

Technical specifications of Dodge Monaco 1977

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Spokane, Washington, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Monaco
Type: Sedan
Trim: Brougham
Year: 1977
Mileage: 117000
VIN: DH41K7D157825
Color: Burgundy
Engine size: 360 V8
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: All of them
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: CD Player
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Car description

Up for grabs is my 1977 Dodge Royal Monaco Brougham.
I have done a TON of work to this car and it was all documented on Facebook as I went along. It is not perfect-but seeing it in person-you will be pretty stunned along with others who check it out with you. This car is SUPER clean and runs great. You can get in,turn the key,let her warm up a tad and take off. Cruise works,AC works(could use some freon).
360 2 barrel. All tune-up things are done. New tires,wipers,exhaust,etc. Undercarriage is very clean-I have pictures of that if you need them.
The car needs the following. it has some rust on the lower dog legs and one spot on the lower right front fender. The top has a spot where the factory weld line is that could use attention down the line. Not needed now. Trunk,floors and frame are perfect. It needs one bushing for the wiper linkage on the passenger side wiper and the passenger side window does not go down-but the motor and switches work. That's it.
I have a NOS left rear bumper guard rubber insert in a box to go with it and a box of NOS Dodge hubcaps that were the more basic one instead of the Premier covers on it now.
The paint could still use a polisher-but I went over it 5 times by hand and it turned out very well.
There are still 1979 inspection stickers from South Dakota(where it was bought new) but has been in Washington state since 1980.
I do not have the original radio-but that can be found if you want to go fully bone stock. It has a CD player in it now-the dash was NOT CUT.
These cars are pretty difficult to find in this condition-and it's not a beater for a Bluesmobile clone-but the next owner can do as they please.
I have all the original manuals and a brochure I display on the dash board.
Check out the pictures-they tell the story better than I can. You will love this thing.
It may not be 100 percent-but as is,right now-you can hit a car show with it and not feel out of place.

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