Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a well-kept classic with its numbers-matching V8, comfy A/C interior, and factory-correct color package. And as you look over the whole car, you start to see that the investments in this one were all about keeping a great classic while giving it the best subtle upgrades for modern cruising appeal.
The factory name for this paint is Classic White, and so they knew from day one that this would be a well-respected vintage machine. And while the color has timeless appeal, what really makes you take notice today is that it has been given a quality respray later in life. So you get a nice clearcoat luster in the sunshine. Plus, the high gloss finish likes to show off this coupe's crisp details, like well-creased lines running down the side. Monte Carlos show off some sporty style, and you really see the places like the pillarless hardtop profile and kick-up in the rear panel. But these are really loved for their sophistication, and that's seen everywhere from the intricate grille to the extra-bright form-fitting chrome bumpers. Even with tis much appeal, this car also shows a little something extra. The wheels have the classic Chevy Rally look, but they are really modern alloys that offer a modern 18-inch size.
The black interior has a timeless contrast and appeal against the bright white exterior. It keeps a very correct, stock, and well-preserved total style. There's plenty of room for family and friends in this coupe, but a Monte Carlo was all about being a personal luxury machine. So it's great to see one optioned with the individual space of bucket seats and a center console in-between. The horseshoe floor shifter and round gauge package are part of the sporty image, and that blend with the premium wood-like trim. And as a true personal coupe, it's an easy reach to worthwhile upgrades like the AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette and factory air conditioning now blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. You can really tell they paid attention to detailing and maintenance. That's why you have everything from a tidy dark presentation, to the desirable Optima red top battery. Just like the interior and exterior, the motor received the right upgrades, and so now it inhales deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. And it exhales with a nice tune out of the dual exhaust with Thrush mufflers. The whole setup is built for easy cruising. That's why you also have a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern tires afforded by the wheel upgrade.
Complete with the factory buildsheet, this is the Chevy coupe that loves to show off its classic style. So if you love a premium American classic, call today!
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