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This 1975 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is an awesome classic with less than 7,300 miles on the odometer! That kind of little use created an exceptional survivor that can amaze fans of true factory style. And that's even before you check out the full level of preservation on this triple-red stunner.
The odometer reflects actual mileage, and we'd end up putting more on the clock if we just took it from our showroom to Disney World and back once a year for each year of this Monte Carlo's life. So you can understand that this coupe is a true time capsule. The Dark Red paint is believed to be the original factory application. It has a complete and glossy look with just the right hint of age to really be able to properly tell this car's survivor story. There are nice details here, too, like the vinyl roof in a coordinating red and a dapper white pinstripe. Monte Carlos were all about elegance, and these second-gen cars really understood how to convey it in the details. The round headlights create a style line that tapers off into the hood; the mirror-like chrome bumpers follow the car's form; the flare of the fenders extend into the door line to pay tribute to the grand touring cars that came 30 years before it. So not only will you love this Chevy for its preservation, but also its true sophistication, too.
The interior completes the triple-red package (paint, roof, and interior.) And this color combo looks particularly striking thanks to the stellar condition of the interior. It's all part of a full preservation where there's not even a button missing from the two wide bench seats. Plus, the door panels, headliner, and dash all retain a beautiful red appearance, too. Even the carpeting remains 1970s plush. It's a true time capsule, right down to the condition of the burled walnut applique and the 8-track AM radio that's cranking out tunes. Even with this level of preserved vintage, we wouldn't be surprised if you do decide to add miles to the ultra-low odometer. After all, the dash likes to envelop the driver in this personal luxury cruiser. You can even choose to service the factory air conditioning to get it blowing nice and cold again.
The engine bay looks exceptionally authentic, and so you'll love telling people this is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. Ultra-low mileage and a well-respected life mean this one fires up nicely. It also keeps its easy-cruising attitude with great driving features like power steering, power brakes, front discs, a three-speed automatic transmission, and sway bars front & rear.
This exceptional classic also comes with the owner's manual and warranty card. So if you find authentic survivor style and a triple-red presentation as irresistible as we do, hurry up and grab this deal. Call today!!!
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