1970 Chevrolet Gold Monte Carlo
Why This Vehicle is Special
The styling of the 1970 Monte Carlo, like the one pretty gold one
we have here at Skyway Classics, was muscular and made it one of
the most popular 2-door models that Chevrolet had back then.
It has a great 350 cubic inch engine, gold matching spit-bench seat
interior, and a brown vinyl top to match.
1970 Chevrolet Gold Monte Carlo
350 cu in (5.7 L) Chevrolet "Turbo-Fire" small-block V8
Two-barrel carburetor 250 horsepower at 4500 rpm 345 lb�ft of
torque at 2800 rpm
Well detailed, painted, and factory looking engine compartment
3-speed Turbo 350 automatic transmission
Front disc brakes
Variable-ratio power steering
Custom aftermarket wheels
Black sidewall tires
Gold split bench front seats
Matching rear seat and door panels
Stereo AM/FM Radio System
Wood grain trim
Gold carpet and seatbelts
Chromed rectangular grille with two horizontal dividers, a centered
chrome and red crest emblem adorned by a Corinthian helmet, a thin
hood spear with no vertical hood ornament, round headlamps with
rounded chrome bezels, circular parking lamps inset into the front
bumper directly below the headlamps, and taillights with chrome
trim around the perimeter of the lens only
Painted In gold
Chrome is good
Stainless has been well maintained
Gold vinyl top
The powertrain we have in our Monte Carlo is base 350 cu in (5.7 L)
Chevrolet "Turbo-Fire" small-block V8 with a two-barrel carburetor,
rated at 250 hp at 4500 rpm and 345 lb�ft of torque at 2800 rpm and
it sits in a very well detailed, painted, and factory looking
It is mated to a column mounted 3-speed Turbo 350 automatic
transmission with front disc brakes that were standard equipment
and has the Variable-ratio power steering, custom aftermarket
wheels, black sidewall tires, power brakes, and air
The interior of this beauty matches the exterior well with the gold
split bench front seats, matching rear seat and door panels, stereo
AM/FM Radio System, full instrumentation, wood grain trim, gold
carpet, and gold seatbelts.
It is very comfortable and roomy and the air blows cold.
Our 1970 Monte Carlo was distinguished by its chromed rectangular
grille with two horizontal dividers, a centered chrome and red
crest emblem adorned by a Corinthian helmet, a thin hood spear with
no vertical hood ornament, round headlamps with rounded chrome
bezels, circular parking lamps inset into the front bumper directly
below the headlamps, and taillights with chrome trim around the
perimeter of the lens only.
It is finished in gold that looks awesome with great bodywork that
has a great shine and only minor signs of age and use. Chrome is
very good, the stainless has been well maintained, as well as the
bumpers and the gold vinyl top that provides a great rich and
matching look to the paint.
Our 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo has the great look that neatly
blends performance and luxury in one package, just as Chevrolet
advertised back in that year.
This is a great example of that package and will serve you well in
If you have any questions, or if you are looking for more
information, please call us at 941-254-6608.
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