Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a premium Chevy that loves to showcase its classic car appeal. So look over its long, flowing style and vintage luxury presentation, and so you'll realize this is the V8 cruiser you've been searching for.
There is an instant appeal to this coupe. It has the all the classic Chevy pieces you love, like the pillarless hardtop profile and Rally wheels. But there's also a more cultured tone, too. The factory-correct Placer Gold is the right color for this up-market Monte Carlo. Plus, it has an intricate look of style in the grille, full rocker trim, special badging, and tan vinyl roof. In total, it's a well-done feeling, and that's like because the odometer is believed to reflect actual mileage (averaging under 1,200 miles annually.) There's even newer weatherstripping to give this a proper quality feel. And because this was built in one of the last few years before federal bumper regulation, those chrome kings fit snug like an intricate part of the car's design. Just look at how the rear one so nicely integrates with the taillights.
Another great vintage premium piece is when the exterior roof provides a preview of the interior color. These coupes were about added luxury, and so there's plenty of room to spread out over two wide benches that are upholstered in a comfy cloth. And this really has a nice classic look with the button-top presentation on the seats matching with the one on the doors. There are great features that both vintage and useful today, like the AM/FM stereo and the factory air conditioning (it's been upgraded to R134a, but will need a recharge.) There are thoughtful touches all around the design, including how the walnut-like finish on the dash is repeated with an insert on the dual-spoke steering wheel. So it's a great vintage atmosphere.
More of this coupe's clean authenticity can be seen under the hood. This 350 cubic-inch motor has a stock look, right down to the decals. But what you'll really love is how this V8 fires up readily and the three-speed speed automatic transmission sifts smooth. So this Monte Carlo really lives up to its easy cruising reputation. That's also why you have great driving features like power steering and power brakes with discs up front.
The vintage feeling comes complete with the original warranty card and owner's manual. This is all about offering a great classic cruiser for an affordable price. Call today!!!
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