Fresh out of our detail shop is this very nice 1972 Chevrolet Monte
Carlo. Even though Chevrolet discontinued the Super Sport option in
1971 it lives on in this car with all the right features in all the
right places. CHECK IT OUT!!
This car is an older restoration that still looks really, really
good! The body, floors, trunk and frame appear all original and
most importantly are super straight, solid and clean and it's 2
stage "Tuxedo Black" paint has a deep luster and a brilliant show
car shine. All of the chrome, trim, and weather stripping are in
like new condition as well as it's correct black vinyl top. The
cloth bench seat interior appears to be all original and is also in
excellent condition. It does feature the factory in-dash tach and
gauge cluster too. Powered by a stout 454 c.i. big block engine
that we were told had been recently rebuilt. All we know for sure
and without any doubt is that she sounds really good and runs
really strong! You can hear the aggressive cam and can see an
aluminum intake, 4 bbl Holley carb and big tube headers. It is
backed up by a crisp shifting TH-400 automatic transmission and 12
bolt posi rear with 3:73 gears. Other features include cold factory
air conditioning retro-fitted to R-134, power steering, power disc
brakes (front only) F-41 performance rear suspension, rear
defogger, Flow Master dual exhaust, 15" rally wheels w/B.F.G. tires
and more. Not only does this car look awesome it runs, rides and
drives very, very nice and it will not disappoint!! DON'T MISS IT!!
1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
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