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- 355 cbi steal crank.
- 300 horse heads.
- Transmission Unknown.
- 2 Holly 450s.
• GM pink rods.
• 10 to 1 flat tops.
• Roller rockers.
• Gear 2 gear drive.
• 2800 stall.
Traded a four wheeler for it we got it stock and i did all the work to it.
Did a burnout at the end of the driveway like 5mins after we got the new motor in lol.
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a well known North American car considered to be a muscle car (the SS model) by many owners and car enthusiasts. However, this has been a subject of debate as many experts consider it to be more of a “fast” luxury car than a true muscle car. Having said that though, as with many other cars that have not started as muscle cars, owners have supped them up to make them fast, therefore turning them into true muscle cars.
The Monte Carlo has a relatively long history. It has been around since 1970 and production came to an end in 2007 with a brake between 1988 and 1999. The first four generations were all rear wheel driveand the fifth and sixth generations were front wheel drives.
The first generation started with the 1970 model year and ended with the 1972. The second generation included the 1973 and up to the 1977, the third gen began with the 1978 and ended with the 1980. The fourth generation and the last of the rear wheel drive cars started with the 1981 and ended with the 1988.
At this point production of the Chevrolet Monte Carlo stopped, but only for a few years. A new generation, the fifth was introduced with the 1995 model year and ran until and including the 1999 model… All front wheel drives.
The 2000 model was completely re-designed and introduced as the first model of the sixth generation which ended with the 2007 model year. Some consider the 2005 model as being the last of the sixth generation models and the 2006 and 2007 models as a seventh generation due to some re-designing of the body.
The interior of these two model years were also mildly re-designed which contributed to some considering them the seventh generation. Another change was the re-introduction of a V8 engine which was the first time that a V8 engine was available for the Monte Carlo since the last model of the fourth generation… the 1988 model.
There is however what I believe to be an official sub-category for these last two model years. They are referred to as “Refreshed Sixth Generation”.
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