This 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is highly original, right down to the numbers-matching V8. And classic style is important when you're looking at the first year of the second generation example because it's a longer and larger car that loves to make a personal luxury statement.
In cars, it's often the second generation that really grabs your attention. The designers take what you love about the original and amplify it. So this Monte Carlo is a grander design. Up front, the large .....
round headlights are nicely integrated into the pointed front end. The trunk has a crisp line that also creates a stylish overhang for the taillights. And nothing beats this coupe's profile. The sweeping fender line that extends all the way into the doors is something they'd never dare try again today, and the rear fender has a sporty kick-up we love on muscle cars. Plus, there's all the right brightwork, from the wraparound chrome bumpers to the Rally wheels. This car is approaching that half-century mark, and so you won't find perfection everywhere. But you do see quite a clean and well-respected style. And they made nice investments along the way, like a quality respray of the factory-correct Light Green Metallic paint. And the tan vinyl roof is an ideal way to announce 1970s premium.
The deep green interior keeps the period-correct cool going. It's highly original and shows the right level of preservation. So there isn't even a button missing from the seatbacks. While two wide rows of bench seats make this good for family and friends, the way the instruments wrap around the driver is a reminder that this coupe was made for your enjoyment. You may choose to restore details like the dome light, factory air conditioning, dash pad, or other details. The value price lets you budget and plan for your personal ideal car, because after all, a Monte Carlo is a personal coupe.
The engine bay looks exceptionally authentic, and so you'll love telling people this is the original 350 cubic-inch V8. Little details like the upgraded air grabber and newer alternator show that this has received proper maintenance, and the way this one eagerly fires up and runs reaffirms that feeling. Plus, the four-barrel carburetor helps deliver the kind of torque you demand from a large classic American coupe. In fact, this one keeps its easy-cruising attitude with great driving features like power steering, power brakes, front discs, a three-speed automatic transmission, and sway bars front & rear.
Complete with the owner's manual, this is a distinct and stylish classic cruiser offered for a terrific price. So you know this is an opportunity you can't miss. Call today!!!