DAMN, She's a nice clean on huh.. Great score.. Drive and enjoy. How bout more pics? Interior etc?Some really nice cars posted on this thread. Here is a 77 Royal Monaco Brougham I bought 2 years ago. It was sold new in Las Vegas and spent about 40 years there before going a couple of hours up the road to southern Utah. And that's where I bought it from. It's an extremely rare 440 2 door. The previous owner did a lean burn delete on it and added Cal Custom valve covers. The interior is in excellent condition. Only negative I have found is the original vinyl top is dry and cracking.
View attachment 511020 View attachment 511021 View attachment 511022
I'll try to get these to you todayView attachment 513676
Thanks! It's not an easy read, but this is what I can make of it:
L31 L81 N88 END
V1W U G11 H51 K5X L25
EW1 F4X9 000 930 XXXXXX
E63 D34 DH43 M5D XXXXXX
Manual airco, cruise control and Light Package.
With a Scheduled Production Date of September, 30 , it is a relatively early 1975 model. Do you have another way of knowing the VON and VIN? Maybe you can read the MDH off the door sticker?
(You see, complying with one request generates follow-up requests, sorry!)
wow, original floormats.....take them out of the car and spray liberally with "Armorall" or a similar product and let it soak in for a day or so. Wipe off the excess and your faded maroon floormats will be as dark as the seats (as new).
Wow. It sat for 4 months before it was purchased, and never really moved. Only four miles on it at time of delivery.