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Extra slick paint, solid small block V8 power, and the right extra investments headline this 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. That's what makes this coupe attractive well-beyond its affordable price.
The Pearl Orange makes for a terrific paint upgrade. After all, the 1970s were really starting to bring out vivid colors like this. But the one you're looking at today goes well beyond an era-correct feel. That's because this was applied less than a year ago. So it has a fresh look, sleek feel, and a terrific radiance when the sunshine hits the modern metallic element. This glossy finish comes together with a quality panel fit to showcase creases and curves that helped make Chevrolet's personal luxury car a star. Plus, there's added brightness from factory pieces, like the form-fitting chrome bumpers and full-length rocker trim. And the upgraded 22-inch wheels add a ton of style and shine to this total package.
The interior is very vintage while also offering the right upgrades. It starts with two wide rows of bench seats that have the cool classic button-top style. It gives the coupe plenty of room for family and friends to spread out. There are also provisions for some nice features to keep all those people happy. For example, the upgraded speaker stereo system is just ready for you to install your ideal radio. The air conditioning has been converted to modern R134a refrigerant, and just likely needs a recharge/servicing to blow cold again. The walnut-like trim of the dash panel reminds you of the Monte Carlo's classic premium feeling. Plus, you have some nice upgrades for driving, including Bosch auxiliary gauges and a Grant sports steering wheel mounted on a tilt column.
Under the hood is the right kind of small block power. The 350 cubic-inch V8 looks good with the added polish from places like the valve covers, brake booster, and upgraded pulleys. And it has the right supporting components like a serpentine belt system, MSD distributor, Optima battery, and aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The V8 inhales deeply with the Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority from the header-fed dual exhaust. A car like this was built to be an easy cruiser. That's why you have features like power steering, power brakes, fronts discs, and sway bars front & rear.
This is the shining and premium Monte Carlo that has the right upgrades and a terrific price. So don't miss this well-package deal. Call today!!!
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