1972 Chevy Monte Carlo 2 door hard top. High Performance 383 Stroker Motor with Turbo 400 transmission. Original engine and Trans were professionally rebuilt and use special fluids due to the high performance parts used in rebuild. No collision damage. Car DID come with factory a/c but does not have AC now. Vehicle original color is black with vinyl top. Vinyl top has been removed. Wheels are rally type, which came on these cars from factory. Wider wheel in rear to give it a more aggressive stance. Keenwood stereo system. 6 1/2 speakers in front kick panels, 6?9's in rear deck with CD player in glove box.
This car is a daily driver. I wouldn't hesitate to take it anywhere. Original interior is in awesome shape! It does have a few minor blemishes in the paint and interior but nothing major. Paint is in good condition. No rust, dents or bondo. It is a remarkable car so please, serious inquiries only. I purchased this car from the original owners family. Title is in hand. Reasonable offers are considered. No trades. Copy and paste the link below to see and hear the Monte Carlo.
Pick of the Day has been driven only 751 miles since it rolled out of the dealership’s showroom.
The Monte Carlo Intimidator Edition was a limited-edition trim package that celebrates the late NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt
Here’s a sleeper they’ll never see coming, a 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo that looks more like a disco-era bar crawler than a performance machine.
I was inspired for the Pick of the Day by the season-ending race for the 2016 Sprint Cup series, when Jimmie Johnson won his seventh championship.
On February 14th, 1972, I was turning 9 years old and living in Boulder City, Nevada.
The 1970s was the funkadelic decade when folks did the hustle in bell bottoms and drove around in “personal luxury coupes,” best exemplified by the Pick of the Day.
Auction expert Andy Reid will lead free tours at Bonhams, RM Sotheby’s
The coachbuilt pony car celebrates both Mustang co-creator Lee Iacocca and the 45th anniversary of the brand
Pick of the Day was once part of the famed automotive Thrill Show