1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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					1970 Monte Carlo was the brainchild Elliot Estes M (Pete), the car was Chevrolet's counterpart to the
1969 Pontiac Grand Prix. Pontiac has had great success with the 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix and
Chevrolet wanted to exploit that success.

1970 Chevrolet stylist Dave Holl borrowed from the Cadillac Eldorado and Chevrolet Chevelle, they
produced a classic looking muscle Chevy Monte Carlo. What is clear from this design was a two-door
coupe with a classic style, which lasted for six generations, thanks to the discovery in 2012. Although
statistics are not likely to impress, and 70, but reviews indicate 3.4-liter V6-2012 model of

70 is a classic Chevy design was marketed as a personal luxury coupe, throughout its history. He
survived many competitors are either interrupted or changed or four-door sedan and small sport

Basic model weighed 3460 pounds, 200 pounds. more than 2-door Chevelle with a shorter 112-inch
wheelbase. Monte Carlos were equipped with more luxury features than your typical Chevelle, such
as air conditioning (yes, in 1970, was considered an air-conditioned luxury option, unlike today),
Power windows and other objects that vehicle weight increased. Fender skirts were a popular

Best were the first four generations (70-72, 73-77, 78-80 and 81-88), were all rear-drive V8-powered
coupe. Everyone had a separate chassis and body of the traditional full-size cars.

My favorite was the 1971 model year. There are many changes since the first year. SS model
received a European symbol knobs and steering wheel has four spokes and opened the hood

Classic Chevy car body using the G-body GM also used the Grand Prix. So instead of just making
more room for passengers in the Chevy have a connection between the firewall and front wheels.
That is what created the unique look of a classic Monte Carlo. The classic long hood proved very

Base flow including the 350 Turbo-Fire small block V8 with 250 hp with a 2 barrel carburetor. Under
the current standard was 334 ft lbs torque at 2800 rpm just exciting. Some standard features include
disc brakes. Most of us older people love the simulated wood pattern according to Rolls Royce.

Added option on my 1971 four-cylinder carburetor 350 to the power of 300 hp pushing. If a small
block and big block 400 cubic inch engines were offered. Large block version with 330 horsepower
was actually 396 to 402 cubic centimeters larger displacement.

Most came to power in the Monte Carlo SS 454 to 360 hp with 500 ft lbs of torque. This option was
only $ 420 extra for the 7.4 L is a pretty fast car. The standard, heavy duty suspension and 3.31 gears
rear suspension with load compensation. Badge of Honor was "SS 454" to a package with a Turbo
Hydra-Matic transmission choice. 3823 was only a token of honor "SS-454, and these cars are highly
sought after by collectors and enthusiasts today.

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