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The Monte Carlo was originally conceived as Chevrolet's counterpart to the new “G-body” Pontiac Grand Prix, which was a great success in 1969. Pete Estes and Dave Holls raided the GM parts bin; much of the body and structure came from the Chevelle, but the styling of the contemporary Cadillac Eldorado also showed through with a long hood, wider C-pillars and muscular fender bulges in the rear. Despite a labor strike in Flint during the early months of 1970, GM cranked out more than 159,000 Monte Carlos, most with the familiar 350 small block V-8 mated to a column-mounted three-speed Synchro-Mesh transmission.
Available for the first time in 30 years is this beautiful, triple black '70 Monte. Collector owned and maintained! Former AR car. Nice glossy paint, clean interior, great tires, chrome and vinyl top in excellent condition. Runs and drives great! AC car but the belt has been removed. Ready for any show or cruise night to come it's way.
Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.