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Old 11-01-2018, 11:19 PM
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Smile Found this Buy it now! for $32,500.00 thats a bit to much!!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1999-Chevro...d=283222051388

The link is for a 6th Gen Monte Carlo, 2000 they got it wrong. There is a reference to one of 24 being wrecked and that Mrs. E had one. But why would she purchase one when she could just drive it as a Demo unit? Check it out they want $32,500.00 for this thing
 
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Seen a post on a different site that one of the Wrangler Areo coupes is also going up for sale. Couldn't find a price on the car but sure would be nice to own
 
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Old 11-02-2018, 08:17 AM
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States that it's not one of the GM production cars from 2000-05, so that means that this one, or all 24 of these tribute cars, had to be pre-production cars. It also states that the one Mrs. Earnhardt had was the one that was wrecked.
 
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Old 11-02-2018, 12:11 PM
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I always have my doubts about these special dealership issued cars. It seems to me that i've seen a lot of Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet dealership special issued cars for sale over the years. A lot more than there should have been if they were that rare and special. I suspect they issue 24 special editions, sell them, then order another 24, repeat...

This one does seem a little different if it is pre-2000 i guess
 
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Old 11-02-2018, 01:23 PM
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Google the VIN

First thing that shows up is this car for sale for under 10k.

2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Earnhardt 9K | Mass Ave. Motors
 
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Old 11-02-2018, 01:51 PM
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Back in 1997 my wife had an accident with a Train it took our Mini-Van up the Tracks about a quarter of a mile. It was in December and we were experiencing an ice storm. Don't tell anyone but at that time I owned a Ford Aerostar this was one of the side effects of living next door to the folks who owned the Ford Dealership in our town. So I wanted to get a Monte Carlo then, when I called Dale Chevy in Newton,NC to check about getting a 97 Monte Carlo. They only made 25 of them at that time. If you purchased the Car Dale signed it and they said I would also get tickets to the Race in Rockingham, it was a weekend package.
So it is a legit car but they just don't know how to list it properly.
If I can I will put in a Brochure for this car with this post.
 

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Old 11-02-2018, 02:14 PM
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Okay, I see what they did this one has been on Ebay for sale before maybe 2 to 3 years back. It had the same Mass. plate on it then.
If i recall the story correctly this was something that Dale Chevy did starting in 1989/1990 they began with the Lumina coupe, Camaro's and S-10's followed. Kind of a unique feature for Fans and to sell some Chevy's too. I can't find anything that they did this with the 4th Gen Monte Carlo. They may have done a test on it back then? The first time I saw these is when it was advertised in the Goodwrench Racing Report that I subscribed too.
 

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