Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo has a distinct style and fresh V8 power. So when this stylish grand touring coupe is also offered for an obtainable price, you know you need to take a closer look at this deal.
A Monte Carlo is a car that has both a sporty and sophisticated appearance. And this one knows how to blend that together nicely. The red with black racing stripes painted on top is certainly the kind of thing you'd want on a 1970s muscle car. But it also has the right kind of shine to give it a touch of premium appeal. Those upgraded US Mags alloys are staggered 18/20 inches front/rear for a great stance. And the black finish of the wheels not only adds to the aggression, but it feels like a thoughtful coordination with the racing stripes and the black accenting of the full rocker trim. Form-fitting chrome bumpers, deleted front badging, and well-aligned panels all go to the heart of a coupe that that has a look of both sleekness and quality.
The dual attitude of performance and luxury continues inside. For example, the black interior is what you want on a muscle car, especially with this one's black accenting on the outside. But the wide benches with cloth upholstery means this one is also exceptionally comfortable. It was even a factory A/C car (you will need components and servicing to return the function.) You have a clean dash that was built with the driver in mind. Plus, this one has the right additions, like an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette and a full SunPro auxiliary gauge package.
Under the hood is a crate V8 installed in 2020. Not only is this 350 cubic-inch small block fresh, but also they upgraded it with the best features. That means a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake, HEI ignition, and headers that adds power while feeding a sweet-sounding with cherry bomb dual exhaust. More than just a rumbling motor, a true cruising Monte Carlo doesn't go for all-out muscle car. Instead, it's been given all the right investments to be a strong runner with great cruising capabilities. This is enhanced further by power steering, the three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, front discs, and the grip of modern sport tires.
This Monte Carlo really strikes the right balance of premium and performance. So you know it makes for an irresistible deal. Call today!!!
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