1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Resto Mod
Why This Vehicle is Special
The styling of the 1970 Monte Carlo, like the SS badged one we have here at Skyway Classics, was a huge success back in that year when they hit the showroom, and this one will put a smile on your face too with the big block Chevvy engine, 4-speed transmission, 12-bolt rear end, great dark green paint, tan interior, and black vinyl top.
1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Resto Mod
Big block Chevvy
12-bolt rear end
FiTech fuel injection system
Aluminum finned valve covers
Matching open element
Big tubular headers
Dual exhaust system
Aluminum pulleys serpentine belt drive system
Detailed engine compartment.
Derale aftermarket radiator
BF Goodrich raised white letter performance tires
Rust colored new interior
Bucket seats and rear bench seat, door panels
Center console with 4-speed shifter
Stereo AM/FM Radio System
Factory and accessory gauges
Woodgrain trim on the dash
Tilt steering wheel column
Chevrolet wood steering wheel,
SS floor mats
Seatbelts and lap belts
Finished in a shade of dark green
Black vinyl top
The powertrain we have in our Monte Carlo is a big block Chevvy engine backed by a 4-speed transmission and putting the power to the ground via the 12-bolt rear end.
It has been modified and rebuilt and now has the block and heads painted in Chevrolet racing orange, aluminum intake, FiTech fuel injection system, aluminum finned valve covers and matching open element, big tubular headers flowing back to the dual exhaust system, MSD electronics, an aluminum pulleys serpentine belt drive system, and all sitting in a very well detailed engine compartment.
It is mated to a console mounted 4-speed manual transmission with front disc brakes that were standard equipment and options that include power steering, power brakes, Derale aftermarket radiator, Rally wheels and BF Goodrich raised white letter performance tires.
The rust colored new interior of this beauty matches the dark green exterior well with the matching bucket seats and rear bench seat, door panels, center console with 4-speed shifter, and a Stereo AM/FM Radio System.
It has a full compliment of factory and accessory gauges, woodgrain trim on the dash, tilt steering wheel column, Chevrolet wood steering wheel, black carpeting and SS floor mats, seatbelts and lap belts.
The trunk carries also looks great with the trunk mat and has a lot of space for luggage.
Our beautiful monte Carlo is finished in a shade of dark green that looks awesome with great bodywork that has a great shine. The chrome is very good, the stainless has been well maintained, as well as the bumpers and the black vinyl top provides great contrast to the paint.
Our 1970 was distinguished by its chromed rectangular grille with two horizontal dividers, 396 V8 emblems, a bumper directly below the headlamps, and tail lights with chrome trim around the perimeter of the lens, only.
Our 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo resto mod we have here at Skyway Classics has the great look that neatly blends performance and luxury in one package, just as Chevrolet advertised back in that year. This is a great example of that package and will serve you well in your collection.
If you have any questions, or if you are looking for more information, please call us at 941-254-6608.
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