The Monte Carlo was launched in 1970 as the Chevrolet branded corporate cousin to the highly successful Pontiac Grand Prix. The Monte Carlo featured no nonsense minimalist styling on GM’s mid-sized A-body platform and a variety of optional V8 powerplants. Unfortunately the Monte Carlo hit the streets just a few years before the dueling fuel and emissions crises of the 70s and it was soon downsized into an undesirable pile of junk. If you get one, be sure to get an early 70s example like this 454 V8 powered beasty. Find this 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo bidding for $9100 in Levittown, PA via ebay with 5 days to go.
From the seller:
1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo that I bought from a neighbor a few months ago. Here is a video on my YouTube channel (NoNonsenseKnowHow) that should answer most questions about this car. https://youtu.be/7Vjh63stCHA (Or google NNKH Monte Carlo and it should pop up)
454 engine with a healthy cam and runs AMAZING! Turbo 400, 12 bolt rear, long tube Hooker headers, Full 3″ dual exhuast with flow masters, new rear brakes, new front tires, new top, new fuel tank and a bunch more. This car is NOT PERFECT but is a great cruiser and deserves a good home. She is FAST and ROWDY! No Leaks or drips.
~Paint job could use attention since some imperfections are coming back out after last paint job
~Rear tires are low on tread
~May need a steering gear box soon or adjustment (Has a slight tight spot just off right) I’ve still been driving it without a problem.
~Think it need front brake hoses since it pulls slightly left for a sec or two on initial braking.
Any questions, let me know!
Chris aka NNKH (NoNonsenseKnowHow)
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Air Conditioning, Power Windows
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