The Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a two-door coupe that was manufactured and marketed by the Chevrolet division of General Motors. Deriving its name from the namesake Monegasque city, the Monte Carlo was marketed as the first personal luxury car of the Chevrolet brand. Introduced for the 1970 model year, the model line was produced across six generations.
A new crosshatch grille and vertically mounted rectangular headlamps, along with reshaped taillights identified the 1976 Monte Carlo (the reshaped taillight pattern was later incorporated into the fourth generation Monte Carlo). Under the hood of this car, you can find a 350 CID 2-barrel V8, which was optional. The Turbo Hydramatic transmission became standard equipment on all 1976 Monte Carlos.
Interior trims remained the same as 1975 with both base and Custom levels, but the instrument panel and steering wheel featured a new rosewood trim replacing the burled elm of previous years. A new option was a two-toned "Fashion Tone" paint combination.
All GM intermediate-sized cars including the Monte Carlo were downsized for the 1978 model year, making the first two generations more valuable cars these days, with prices for the best examples going already around 25 to 30.000 USD.
This very nice example has not only the optional engine, but is also presented in the optional two-tone colour combination.
|Engine||5.733 ccm, 147 PS, V8|
|Steering||Left Hand Drive|
|Layout||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Color - exterior||Ivory White/Dark Red|
|Color - interior||Dark Red|
|Miles/Kilometers shown||71.722 mls|
|Chassis / VIN||1AH57436833|
|Location - Country||Czech Rep.|
|Location - City||Pisek|
2-door coupe body type; RWD (rear-wheel drive), automatic 3-speed gearbox; gasoline (petrol) engine with displacement: 5733 cm3, advertised power: 108 kW / 145 hp / 147 PS (SAE net), torque: 353 Nm; characteristic dimensions: outside length: 5403 mm, width: 1971 mm, wheelbase: 2946 mm; reference weights: base curb weight: 1830 kg; top speed: 179 km/h (111 mph); accelerations: 0-60 mph 12.7 s; 0-100 km/h 13.5 s
Prague, Czech Rep.
Pisek, Czech Rep.
Pisek, Czech Rep.