We love a car like the 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo because it's a personal coupe. But as you check out the extra wide rear wheels and large exhaust tips of this one, you soon realize that this is about individual performance. It's a performance-built LS2 restomod that also includes a five-speed stick, upgraded suspension components, and four-wheel disc brakes.
The new 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. 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 nice polish on areas like the wide chrome bumpers, side mirrors, headlight bezels, and full-length rocker trim. Even the classic Monte Carlo badge looks distinctive. And while it all makes for a premium presentation, muscle car fans will immediately notice how the classic Rally wheels are trying to disguise just how large those Mickey Thompson rear tires are.
The full black interior has a clean style that looks good against the exterior silver. The door panels, carpeting, dash, and upholstery are both vintage and attractive. You'll even appreciate little details, like the walnut wood-like trim. And there are upgrades like the flip-up AM/FM/CD stereo, upgraded speakers, and provisions for air conditioning (the components will need hooking up to blow cold again.) But where this one really shines is the way it focuses on you. The front bucket seats, center console, sports steering wheel, and tilt column have a vintage but premium feel. And there are also nice upgrades like the Dakota Digital gauges and an extra gear on the cue ball shifter.
You're going to be showing off this upgraded motor everywhere and so it's great to have such a tidy presentation. This is a modern 6.0-liter LS2 motor, and that's just the base for a ton more performance upgrades. This now has an Edelbrock electronic fuel injection system, HPS air intake, Trick Flow GenX 215cc aluminum heads, MSD coil packs, and long tube headers feeling the H-pipe dual exhaust. And it has the right supporting components, like the Be Cool aluminum radiator with electric fan 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 five-speed manual transmission. As you look underneath the car, you'll spot nice power upgrades like a 12-bolt rear end, Hotchkis rear arms, and a Hotchkis sway bar. Add in four-wheel power disc brakes and grippy modern tires, and this is a powerful hardtop you'll enjoy taking everywhere.
This is a restomod build of a classic that gives you both style and power. A total package like this never sticks around long, so call today!