86 Aerocoupes Brad Hicks' White 86 Aerocoupe Jim Coates' White 86 Aerocoupe Ron's White 86 Aerocoupe
Pete Scuderi's 86 Aerocoupe
in Florida. Pete just traded his 87 Aerocoupe for this beautiful 86 Aerocoupe. Great license plate!
Dennis Brumbaugh's 86 Aerocoupe in Massillon, OH
87 Aerocoupes Scott Frink's White 87 Aerocoupe
in Sioux City, Iowa. 37,000 miles, 8" Corvette Rally wheels. View from Above
Phil's stock Black 87 Aerocoupe
Image #2. He only paid $3000 for it! A steal!
Rob's Silver 87 Aerocoupe
45K Miles, 3" Chrome Tips. Everything else is stock as the day it came off the showroom floor. Rear View
Chris William's White 87 Aerocoupe
GM 350ci, bored .030 over, forged pistons, gutted Catalytic Converter, K&N Filter, Edelbrock Power Package: Performer Intake, Performer Carb, Performer Cam. Drivetrain: 200-4R Tranny, Trans-go Shift Kit, 10-bolt Posi rear end. Stereo: Kenwood eXcelon radio/CD Player, Boston Acoustics CX-3 dash speakers, Kenwood 6x9 200Watt 3-way speakers (rear deck), Two 10" Rockford Fosgate Sub-woofers (400 Watts max each), Rockford Fosgate Amplifier Punch 55.2 (bridged @ 265 Watts to the subs) Image
White 87 Aerocoupe
in Pasadena, Texas. Unknown Owner Image
Justin Roth's 87 Aerocoupe
Repainted, Progressive 15x8" wheels, Dynomax Super Turbo exhaust accented by 3x18" exhaust tips. Award winning sound system installed. New 350ci engine and 700 transmission are in the works complete with B&M ratchet shift kit. Image 1, Image 2, Image 3, Image 4
Unfortunately, Justin's Aerocoupe was stolen in February, 2001 and recovered in the condition shown below. Justin purchased the car back from the insurance company, which had totalled the car. Also below is a doctored image showing what Justin plans to do to his Aerocoupe once money comes in: MVR Magnum rims, a body kit from Lauren Engineering, 2" steel cowl hood, 2" drop spindles and a completely shaved body with custom decals. Stolen 1, Stolen 2, Future Vision
Jeff and Jen's 87 Aerocoupe
It has K&N Filter, Hypertech chip, 160 T-stat, 3 core radiator, Dynomax cat back exhaust.
Dana Thomas's 87 Aerocoupe
Switched to 86 style rear bumper. Purchased in 1998 for $5000, with 48K miles. Image 2, Image 3, Image 4, Image 5, Image 6 (USS Massachusetts behind), Image 7
Linda Dowling's 87 Aerocoupe
from Chester, VA.
Eddie Nobles' 87 Aerocoupe
Side, Front, Rear, Engine
Al Hughes' White 87 Aerocoupe
Al's Aerocoupe still has the original L69 engine block + .030 bored and has added: World Products 305 Heads from Aerohead, Crane Compucam 2020, Crane roller-tip rocker arms w/ Kool Nuts, GMPP pre-87 valve covers, Edelbrock intake manifold, Edelbrock TES Jet Hot coated, Dynomax Cat-back exhaust system, PFP catalytic converter, PAW master overhaul kit (pistons, rods, crank - balanced), Carb rebuilt, K&N filter. The suspension has been upgraded with Energy Suspension bushing kit front & rear, All front-end hard parts, new Hotchkis sport springs front & rear (1" drop). He also added GMPP '95 S10/SS 16x8" (ZQ8) wheels with Yokohama S309 245/50-16 tires. New T-Tops & door seals (GM & Metro), Interior reupholstered (all soft parts incl. head liner) in stock maroon cloth. Al bought the car in Seattle and drove it home to Phoenix. Had all work done professionally except T-top seals.
Greg Drake's White 87 Aerocoupe
Greg lives in Alaska but keeps the Aerocoupe in warm sunny Camp Verde, Arizona as a vacation car! It has 38,000 miles on it. The car is totally stock, with the exception of the original Eagle GT's, which were well used when he bought it. Image 2, Image 3
Cliff Emberg's 87 Aerocoupe
in Dalles, OR. Mostly stock, Edelbrock TES, Dynomax Cat-Back System, Shift Kit in the 200-4R. It is a Daily Driver. Future plans include mild cam, full Pioneer Sound System, bodywork and repaint. Image 2
Richard Bardin's 87 Aerocoupe
in Northridge, CA. Richard is the original owner of this car and bought it sight unseen back in March 1987 over the telephone through a company that deals with the company he work for. Car was delivered to his work and he signed paperwork to drive home. Car was stolen in January 1998 at about 2AM but was recovered same day at about 9AM. The crooks did not take anything from the car, which was found only about 2 miles from his house. Once he got it back, he took it to the body shop for repairs that were needed from minor damage during the theft. At that time he determined that he wanted whole the car stripped to metal and re-painted, all new weather stripping throughout, new carpeting and windows re-tinted darker. Note personalized plate "AERO CPE"
Mileage: 86000 original miles. Rarely driven.
Exterior Color: White, was recently stripped to bare metal and re-painted.
Interior Color: Burgundy with bucket seats
Engine: 383 CID
Transmission: 200-4R with shift improvement kit
Differential: 3.73 limited slip posi
Wheels and tires: 16 x 8 Ronal R9's with 245-50-16 in front and 255-50-16 in back, in process of updating to some 18 x 8 wheels
Suspension: Recently re-built using Graphite Impregnated Urethane Bushings on front suspension and on rear control arms. Lowered with Hotchkis Springs and KYB Schocks. All suspension parts supplied by Performance Suspension Components in Arizona.
Stereo: Pioneer AM/FM/Cassette with 6 CD Changer and remote. 300 watt amp, pre-amp, (4) 10 inch subs, (4) 5 1/4 inch mid bass, (4) 3 inch mid range, (4) 1 inch tweeters all by Rockford Fosgate. Car was featured in Car Audio magazine in October 1987. Has won a few awards on system.
Front, Rear View
Here are new images showing his new 18x8" IROCs in front with 255/40-18 tires and 20x9" IROCs in back with 275/35-20 tires. Front Left, Side, Left Rear.
Nate Neubauer's 87 Aerocoupe
85K miles 3rd owner, purchased for only $2500! Original engine, K&N Filter, Flowmaster "40" Series exhaust, T-tops, American Racing Tailgunners with 215/65 in front and 235/65 Dunlop G/T Qualifier tires in the rear, Sony Xplod 4000x CD player, JBL speakers, 20% tinted windows, Monte Carlo SS decals without stripes, 1NICE SS custom license plates, custom Monte Carlo SS embroidered floor mats and Chevy Bowtie plate frames. Future plans/hopes are a frame off restoration with engine rebuild, paint, interior deatils (headliner, fading, seatbelt), doorhandle, brakes, shocks and fixing the @#$##$ T-Top leaks!!!! Image 2, Image 3, Image 4, Image 5
Tom Calef's 87 Aerocoupe
Tom's Aerocoupe has 143K Miles, 15x8 American Racing wheels 235/60 all around, Dynomax Headers w/ 3 in. exhaust through hollowed out cats and 3 chamber flowmasters, K&N 15x4 Open Element air filter, Accel super coil and 8.8mm wires. New 383 Stroker, 101 Keith Black Pistons, New Crank & Rods, Stock 76cc heads, 3 angle valve job, 1.94/1.5 Valves, Edlebrock Performer Intake and 700 CFM Carb Here is Tom's Aerocoupe doing a nice burn-out: Image 1, Image 2, Image 3.
Matthew Stoessner's 87 Aerocoupe
Matthew's car is all original and has T-tops. The engine is the stock L69. He is planning on putting chrome tips on it by the end of August. His license plate reads "SS4REAL". Matthew is a member of T.O.M.C.A.T. which is The Original Monte Carlo Association of Tidewater Virginia. Interior, Right Rear.
Bob Lacerte's 87 Aerocoupe
Beefed up L69 engine with about 245HP. Flowmaster exhaust. Chrome blade rims with 265's up front and Cooper Cobra 295's in the rear. Bob plans to remove the L69 and replace it with a beefed up 350, then paint with fresh metallic black paint. Image 2, Image 3.
Dan Maughmer's 87 Aerocoupe
Dan goes by "minotaur15" on the Message Board and in the Chat Channel. The Aero is the second MCSS in the family, currently owned by Dan's mother (later to be his), and a beauty indeed. They found it with 25k original miles for a mere $7000 - a good price for even a notchback SS. It has run a 16.08 @ ~86 MPH as tested by a G-Tech with an additional passenger, so it might break the 16 second barrier with only a driver doing the testing. Not a bad time for a stock Aero! Additional pictures can be seen on Dan's website at http://www.einsweb.com/minotaur15/.
Right Rear, Right Side, Front and
Walter Chapman's 87 Aerocoupe
Walter bought this car early in the winter of 1988. It was a demo with 4500 miles on it being one of three Aerocoupes they had left. The sales manager at the local chevy dealership had it. He had driven it to Earnhardt Chevrolet and Dale had been at the dealership that day and the salesman had spoke to Earnhardt and he saw the car and commented that he was driving "one of his cars", which makes it a little special (maybe)? It does to Walter anyway, as Dale was his favorite NASCAR driver. Walter will never forget the pass in the grass in the "Wrangler" car. The car now has a little over 32,000 miles on it. The only thing he's done to it is changed tires to 235R6015 TA's. Right Side View
Jason Gibson's 87 Aerocoupe
from Henderson, KY Jason goes by the nick "JAG" on the Message Board. His 87 Aerocoupe pictured has an open element K&N with 2.5" true duals and 40 series 2 chamber Flowmasters with the stock L69. The 88 notchback (partially pictured in the back) has L98 Corvette heads, a 272/282 .442/.465 cam, Flowtech headers, 2.5" true duals, 40 series 2 chamber Flowmasters, Performer intake, open element air cleaner and roller rockers on the L69 block. The 88's best ET is 13.1@106 and the 87 has never seen a strip. The 88 is about to get a 400 short block transplant this Summer, and the 87 is looking at a supercharger and some Trick Flow heads.
Matthew Stoessner's 87 Aerocoupe
Matthew recently had his chrome tips put on and found out the car already had glass pack exhaust. He also had NASCAR yellow letter Goodyear Eagle tires put on.
Right Front, Left Front, Left Rear, Right Rear
Tom Todaro's Maroon 87 Aerocoupe
Tom is the original owner of this 33K mile Aerocoupe. The only additions Tom has made are the tint, engine oil and tranny coolers, K&N and Stage II Hypertech chip. Check out Tom's web page for more details.
Right Rear, Right Rear high, Left Rear, Engine, Interior
Bill & Beth's Black 87 Aerocoupe from Ohio
Patrick Ballard's Black 87 Aerocoupe
Completely stock with the exception of the battery and chrome tips.
Front, Interior Left, Interior Right, Rear, Left
Brad Cowan's Black 87 Aerocoupe in Princeton, MO
Brad plans on upgrading the power plant with a 400 sb that he recently sent off to the machine shop. He also has a set of aluminum LT1 heads from a 95 Vette for it. He plans on using the computer and all the correct smog stuff and make if look stock as possible.
Right Front, Right Side.
Henry and Janet Hartkorn's Black 87 Aerocoupe in Hatboro, PA
It has a moon roof! Front, Rear
Matt Floyd's Black & Saddle 87 Aerocoupe in Bensalem, PA
Matt bought the car in 2001. He had the inerior totally redone. The seats were reapolstered. He put in the carpeting. When he origianlly pulled up the carpeting he found the floor was rotted in multiple spots from leaky t-tops seals. He welded in new metal and the car is solid as a rock. Its 100% original 305 with 136K miles on it. It's soon going to have a rebuilt trans with B&M shift kit. He's going to have the motor rebuilt due to the high miles and it will have a base clear coat black paint with new original striping.
Right Rear, Right Front, Custom Headrest
John Horan's Black 87 Aerocoupe in Albany, NY
17K Miles. Left Front, Left Front
Mike & Rebecca Hatcher's His & Hers White 87 Aerocoupes in Panama City, Florida
Coupe # 1- His : (On Left)
Features: T-Tops, Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Rear Hatch, Vanity Mirror, AC, Rear Defrost, Engine: 305, Mileage: 79K, No Modifications
Coupe # 2 - Hers: (On Right)
Features: T-Tops, Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, AC, Rear Defrost, Engine: 305 Mileage: 59K, Modified: Flowmaster Exhaust System
Keith Garcia's Silver 87 Aerocoupe
Keith's Aerocoupe is Silver with Silkens pearl. Leather interior done in the stock pattern and SS logos on the headrest. 150k on the stock 305 h.o. The car has Edelbrock T.E.S. headers, flowmaster with 2.5 exhaust and a hi-flow cat. MSD ingition, S.S.B.C. caliper's with drilled rotors. Bilstein shocks, and a Kenwood sound system. Keith is also known as "keithers" on the site.
Right Rear, Front Left, Rear Window, Interior, Custom Head Rests, Underneith, Engine
Bradshaw Cowan's Black 87 Aerocoupe
Bradshaw (aka 345HP87ssac on the site) purchased his Aerocoupe in 2001. He's the third owner and it now has 76K miles. Here's his list of modifications:
ENGINE:400 sbc 4 bolt mains, 4.165 bore, 6” Eagle SIR connecting rods, Hypereutectic pistons, Balanced rotating assembly, World S/R heads, 76cc milled to 70cc, 2.02/1.60 valves, Cam Specs: SAE DUR: 291/287, Valve lift: .450/.460 LSA 114, Edelbrock Performer Manifold, Hooker Headers Coated by Jet Hot, Mini Starter, 1972 Chevelle Cowl Induction Air Cleaner, All SMOG equipment in place
TRANSMISSION: TCI 10” 3500rpm stall converter w/ Lock UP, Shift Kit, Billet Servo
SUSPENSION: 13” C4 Rotors, PBR floating Calipers, SC&C Adjustable UCA, SC&C Frame Bracing, Howe Tall Ball Joints, QA1 Adjustable shocks, Moog Everything Else, Rear Frame notch
ROLLING STOCK: Eagle 212’s, 17x8 4.5”BS, 245/45/17 V rated
PAINT, BODY and INTERIOR: GoodMark 2” Steel Hood, Shaved marker lights, 2002 Monte Carlo power/heated front seats, 2001 Trans AM console, “Real Flame” CIAC, Cutlass Upper Door panels
Future modifications include: 2002 F body rear disc brakes, Aftermarket carb, distributor and lock up for 200-4R
Right Front, Right Front, Right Front High, Front, Front, Interior, Interior, Door Panel, Engine, Engine
Jamie Ewing's White 87 Aerocoupe
Jamie bought this car on 2/3/06. This car has never been touched! All original factory equipment! This car has not one rust spot. No dents, clean interior. Jamie just started on the simple mods (Performance Distributor, Plat 4 plugs and 7mm wires.), more to come (Dynomax Mufflers, MP3 player, new speakers inside). Front
Darryl Rios' White 87 Aerocoupe
Darryl's Aerocoupe has just over 217,000 miles now. Still has original 305HO engine, the only thing he's changed is the timing chain, and the normal wear and tear items. The original alternator just went out at 197,000 miles, so he can't complain. The only thing he wants to do to this car is to get it painted back to the original white, you know the mid 80's GM paint wasn't the best. He has a 6 disc CD player under the seat hooked up to the original radio. He drives this car hard everytime they go out, maybe that's why she has lasted so long. Left Side, Left Rear, Front, Interior
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