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02-18-2014 05:36 PM
gearheadslife posted the info in your other thread...
02-18-2014 05:05 PM
poncho62 start a new thread
02-18-2014 04:51 PM
jwcaldwell Thanks for the heads up, any place that I might post, to get responses on repair issues, start a new thread or?
02-18-2014 04:48 PM
You're diggin deep jw!
This thread is 11 years dead.
The op hasn't been on here for a couple years.
02-18-2014 04:17 PM
jwcaldwell I am in the exact same boat and just posted under new posts, my intro as you, list of issues, and pics, perhaps you might wish to follow my thread and I yours. I am new to this and 30 years since restoring cars. Anyway, welcome. The 70 Monte Carlo is a beautiful car
04-28-2003 03:20 PM
dion I have a 72, love it. Check out <a href="" target="_blank"></a>

Everything you want to know, go to forums.

I don't think there were SS's with 350's

[ April 28, 2003: Message edited by: dion ]</p>
04-27-2003 11:35 PM
Kevin45 The SS had the 454. I don't know if the SS had the 350 though. Nice car. They can be picked up relatively cheap but would need work. I think they are one of thee best looking Monte's.

04-27-2003 09:47 AM
ztoy I owned a 72 Monte. It had a 350, 350th tranny, was silver in color, with a gray interior. Not too sure if they came with 454's or not as can't remember when the 454 came out. I know there was plenty of room in the engine compartment for a tank motor! lol
04-27-2003 09:38 AM
chevyluvnpuppy 38 Special .. any information would be nice.. what colours were available with in these years or was there a colour specific year .. Same goes with engines.. some came with a 454,350 but what years? or was it thru out the 70-72 phase. Any information would be nice. I was also told that this was the longest hood in production for that year .. True?
04-25-2003 01:51 PM
38 special Any information is pretty general. PLease, be a little more specific. Looking for engine info, how many were manufactured, color codes, What?
04-25-2003 08:34 AM
1970-1972 Monte Carlo

I live in Ontario Canada . I have always admired the 70-72 montes.I have finally found one nice enough to purchase and did so . I need any information that anyone can give me on these cars. Im a 38 year f getting into the car scene a little late but . this was the car that i wanted and it took me this long to find one.. Help !!!!!

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