213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a well-kept local classic with its numbers-matching V8, comfy A/C interior, and well-done color package. So if you already understand the desire of a premium Monte Carlo, then this well-done classic is exactly what you want.
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 and kick-up in the rear panel. This sporty flair is furthered by the competition-style torque-thrust wheels. 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. The black vinyl roof and coordinating black strip in the rocker trim are all part of the extra details that make a Monte Carlo the upper-class classic Chevy.
The black vinyl roof provides a nice preview of the full black interior. And because this is such an appealing color package, it's great to know this coupe was born this way! But while this follows the factory-correct style, there have also been the right investments in keeping it feeling fresh. This includes re-upholstered comfy cloth seats, newer carpeting, and upgraded the steering wheel to a classic-style Chevy sports unit. The tilt steering column gives you a nice view of the gauge package and walnut-like trim. Plus, it's an easy reach to nice features like the cold-blowing factory air conditioning and the upgraded retro-style AM/FM digital tuner.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. It's easy to showcase this motor thanks to the bold block paint radiating so well in the tidy black engine bay. In fact, everything from the brake booster to the hoses show that this one has been maintained with care. While this looks quite stock, the V8 inhales with an upgraded four-barrel carburetor and exhales thought a nice dual exhaust. The whole setup is for a dependable running package that you'll want to cruise. That's why you also have a three-speed automatic transmission (believed original), power steering, and power brakes w/discs up front.
Complete with a reproduction window sticker, 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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