Post by legendaryacura8 on Aug 5, 2013 9:41:32 GMT -5
Honestly, every Monaco I've looked at here in the US has been through this website. Your best bet at finding one would be contacting any of the sellers through the Bluesmobiles or C-Body Cars For Sale sections.
If I can help in any way, please let me know. Especially if it is located close by and I can go to see the actual car and make sure that it's not a scam. There was a guy in Norfolk VA. that advertised a (blue or green, can't remember) supposedly LOW mileage 74 ROYAL Monaco last summer, but everyone that phoned, he'd agree to meet them where the car was, but then he'd never show up. Don't know what all that was about, but he sounds like a real druggie/doper on the phone, so who knows what his game is!!! The car was bumped in the front, but nothing that some Bondo and a hammer couldn't make good enough for a Bluesmobile. But again, the knucklehead would never show up anyway.
If you find a car in Virginia or the northeast side of North Carolina, I'll go to look at it for you, or at least help with storing it until you can ship it or whatever.
A good email address to get me is at and then click the CONTACT US button. I'm not here on the forums as much as I'd like, but contact me through the website/email and I'll help however I can!!!
(PS - visit the website, but don't post it anywhere else. Trying to stay under the radar and out of sight from "the suits". Thanks!!!)
"Boys, you oughta learn not to talk to nuns that way!!!" - Curtis
Our Bluesmobile still lives on YouTube! Look for "Shotgun Blues Brotherhood" and pick the thumbnail with me and "Jake" sitting on the hood of the car.
Mr. Rover has been here for awhile, waiting for the right moment to strike, haha. And he just recently found his Blumo (right here) so it's been a bit of a journey, much like the journey his Blumo is on right now across the Ocean. I hope the whale that likes to throw himself at ships isn't around. Big whale, attitude problem, thinks he can sink a ship.
Thanks for offering your car to us here first, Richard, much appreciated.