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Beautifully restored less than 2,000 miles ago is what makes this 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo collectable. But as you look over the details on this stunning silver coupe, not only will you see there was a ton invested to be showroom fresh, but also the big block, four-speed, upgraded suspension, and more, make this a muscle machine with luxury amenities.
The shiny Cortez Silver paint really emphasizes the Monte Carlo's classic good looks, particularly the subtle fender curves that are highlighted when the light hits it just right. And the black vinyl roof just adds the perfect vintage touch of class. The reason why the sheetmetal still looks this good today is because this one has been given a thorough restoration of the exterior, interior, suspension, and the V8 under the hood. Like any great American classic, it also has a ton of brightwork to make it stand out. Competing with the paint for shine meant making sure there was a mirror-like polish on areas like the wide chrome bumpers, full-length rocker trim, and the details, right down the Monte Carlo badge. And while it all makes for a premium presentation, the competition-style torque thrust wheels with red calipers radiating through signal this one is for more than just looking good.
The interior show the right investments and also hint at the car's sporty nature. The full black interior feels fresh from investment, including the door panels, headliner, carpeting, and seats. As an upscale Monte Carlo, this one come with great features, like cold-blowing R134a air conditioning, a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with aux input for your iPod, and there's even cruise control. But this one goes beyond just a coddler. You sit down in the high-back bucket seat. Your left hand grabs the NK4 sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and your right one will love the Hurst shifter. And the glow of the full Dakota Digital gauge panel gets your ready for something special under the hood.
The engine bay is a clean and mean big block presentation. You can tell they invested nicely to get this 454 cubic-inch V8 looking quite tidy so you could get a good view of all the upgrades. It includes Brodix heads, a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and headers feeding an X-pipe dual exhaust. And it has the right supporting components, like the aluminum radiator and upgraded pulleys with a serpentine belt system. You are in complete control of this big block's power and thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. This connects to an aluminum driveshaft on its way to the stout 12-bolt rear end. As you look underneath the car, not only will it show you just how fresh the build is, but also you'll see nice upgrades like the VariShock shock absorbers, SPC front end, and beefed-up rear with boxed arms and a sway bar. Add in Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and grippy modern tires, and this is a hardtop you'll enjoy taking everywhere.
Complete with owner's manual and build receipts, this is a fresh build of a classic that gives you both luxury and power. A total package like this never sticks around long, so call today!
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