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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Monte Carlo
Type: Other
Doors: 2
Year: 1970
Mileage: 69,104
Color: Other
Engine: 400 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Additional Info:

Before you look at the price of this 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, just know that it has been beautifully maintained, is in its factory-correct color, and it has its numbers-matching 400 small block V8. Now look at the price... Yes, you can get a great classic coupe that's irresistibly affordable. But you better hurry because we already have buyers calling!If you're going to drive a 1970 automobile, you need a 1970 color on it. 58B Autumn Gold is as cool as disco, and it's on the Monte Carlo's cowl tag, so that's what it wears today. But no 45+ year-old color could ever look this good today. That's why it was treated to a full professional respray to bring the straight body to full luster. So now when the sunlight hits it, this Chevy truly looks like precious metal. And with panels this straight, the nice paint really highlights every subtle curve that helped launch Chevrolet's personal luxury car in its inaugural year. Competing with the paint for shine meant making sure there was a mirror-like polish on areas like the wide chrome bumpers, full rocker trim, and exclusive grille with Monte Carlo badge. Even the iconic rally wheels seem extra bright. Those who know paint codes, know that the "B" means this is wearing its correct black vinyl roof for an added premium touch. The gorgeous tan interior also replicates the factory specifications but now in a more durable vinyl. It offers spacious seating for six in that unique '70s brand of cool. The seat covers, carpets, and headliner were all original and feel quite fresh still. You sit behind the factory wheel, and the burled walnut dashboard with sporty round gauge pack gives it an upscale appearance. You even get provisions for air conditioning. This is a true 1970s time machine right down to the 8-track radio (but there's actually a modern AM/FM/CD player in the glovebox to provide more modern tunes.) While all Monte Carlos were powerful, only a few received a very nice upgrade under the hood like this one. It's the original numbers-matching 400 cubic-inch V8. The optional larger small-block means this Monte Carlo has an extra helping of power and torque to move the luxury Chevy with a bit of muscle car might. Best of all, the V8 was rebuilt recently. So it fires up with confidence, and since the shocks and brakes also were redone, this coupe moves with a crispness not found in may others. Add in the power steering and front disc brakes, and this is a great cruising package that needs nothing added, except you behind the wheel.The classic car world is beginning to catch on to how special these Monte Carlos are. That means a beautiful, larger V8 example like this will not remain so affordable, or available for too long. Call today!