213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is the ideal mix of true vintage style, the right upgrades, and a healthy dose of added power. So look over all the details on this cut-above personal luxury cruiser.
This Chevy has spent over a dozen years under the same owner's care. We have receipts documenting plenty of big investments in strategic places. This includes giving it a nice shade of 1972-correct Midnight Bronze. Because this is a newer application, it has a metallic element that gives this coupe a sophisticated luster in the sunshine. It sets the right tone for Chevy's personal luxury machine, and it also lets the sunlight show off the crisply creased sheetmetal. The total vintage package is presented correctly with the full-length rocker trim, Rally wheels, and mirror-like chrome bumpers that love to hug the car's form. There are even cool details, like how the front turning lights still have the special Monte Carlo insignia. And the black vinyl roof goes with the dark tone of the paint to give this one the right final touch of vintage class.
The black roof is also a preview of the black interior. We have a receipt documenting thousands $$$$ invested within the last few years to deliver a fresh but vintage presentation. You see it in the quality condition of the fundamentals like the carpet, door panel, dash pad, and headliner. We especially like the upholstery that gives you a classic button-top presentation and a comfy cloth finish. This is a car that focuses on the driver, and you see that in a dash that centers around you with equal parts luxury and performance. It starts with sporty round gauges set in a burled walnut simulated wood paneling. There are nice upgrades like a Vintage Air air conditioning system (will need servicing to blow cold again) and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth. And the auxiliary gauge trio lets you keep a better eye on what's going on under the hood.
This was born with a Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8, and while the displacement is the same today, the power has been seriously upgraded. It starts with an Edelbrock suite that includes the four-barrel carburetor w/electric choke, intake, air grabber, and matching valve covers. There's also a light cam upgrade and long tube headers to complete this enhanced V8 package. It's a mighty motor that looks good set within plenty of fresh components, including the wires and hoses. Good power is at the heart of a great classic cruiser, and the Monte Carlo was always ready to hit the boulevard. That's why you also have power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission that was more recently rebuilt.
This is the Chevy that mixes power and premium style in a package that has modern appeal. So don't miss this deal, call today!
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