Well, folks, buckle up for a ride in this mean machine! Classic Car
Liquidators just got in this stunning 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS
and it's quite the looker. This bad boy is packing a 5.3L LS V8
engine with a 4L80E automatic overdrive transmission that's sure to
leave the competition in the dust. And with only 1,132 miles on the
odometer, this Monte Carlo is just getting started.
The body is finished in Marina Blue Metallic paint with ghost
stripes, which is just the cherry on top of this sweet ride. The
black vinyl interior split bench seat is in impeccable condition,
making this car a real head-turner on the road.
Now, let's talk about the options. This Monte Carlo has got it all,
including a complete BMR suspension system, 17/20" rally wheels,
power steering, power brakes, and dual exhaust. And don't forget
about the air conditioning, perfect for those hot summer days.
But that's not all, this Monte Carlo is also packing a full custom
stereo with a subwoofer in the trunk, Alpine amp and components in
the trunk, and a Retrosound Hermosa radio with Bluetooth. The
Dakota Digital VHX gauges are a nice touch, too.
Under the hood, you'll find a Holley Terminator X Max EFI system,
complete with a Comp Cams Big Mutha Thumpa cam, and a serpentine
belt drive. The aluminum radiator with electric fan is sure to keep
things cool. The cowl induction hood adds a sporty touch to this
already impressive ride.
This Monte Carlo has undergone some serious upgrades, including a
freshly built engine, 4L80E transmission with Transgo HD2 shift
kit, BMR lowering springs, and a quick performance 9 inch rear end
with 3.50 gears and posi. And let's not forget about the hydroboost
braking system, front and rear disc brakes, and 3500 stall
The rear mini tubs give this car an even more aggressive look, and
the 20-gallon Aeromotive stealth EFI tank ensures you'll have
plenty of fuel to keep the good times rolling.
This car has it all, folks. So, if you're looking for a
head-turning, show-stopping ride that can still tear up the
pavement, this 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS is the car for