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chevy76monteman

M –32
Portland, Oregon
United States

 
 

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NO_MAS
Oct 9, 2008 at 9:06 pm
Sweet Chevy with a great history!
 
 
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orange82
Feb 22, 2008 at 3:58 pm
Sweet lookin MC, 5*
 
 
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BifferSoul
Feb 9, 2008 at 10:29 am
Very nice Monte ^5
 
 

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LILCBRA

1977 Ford Mustang II

Owner: lilcbra

  • LILCBRA: 40 pts (loss)
  • The Fantasy: 45 pts (win)
  • Total votes: 17
  • Ended: Oct 21, 2008
 
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Cutty

1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Salon

Owner: 69c_10sbc335

  • Cutty: 51 pts (win)
  • The Fantasy: 34 pts (loss)
  • Total votes: 17
  • Ended: Oct 21, 2008
 
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Owner: ASSMAN

  • : 56 pts (win)
  • The Fantasy: 44 pts (loss)
  • Total votes: 20
  • Ended: Oct 21, 2008
 

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1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Landau (The Fantasy)

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About

I am the proud owner of a 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Landau. This car has been in my family since 1978 when my grandfather purchased it used with 27K miles on the odometer. When he purchased it, it came with the stock 145-horse 350 2-barrel, TH-350 transmission, 2.73 non-posi rear and single exhaust. In 1987 he had the car repainted and a new vinyl top put on the car. The stock 15x7 Turbines were replaced with 15x7 chrome American Racing wire-basket wheels. In June, 2000, he handed over the keys to me for my high school graduation present. Currently under restoration.

Specs

1976 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO LANDAU
SPECIFICATIONS


Engine
Type: Golen Engine Service Chevrolet 350 cubic inch OHV V-8
Block: Thermally cleaned and stainless-steel shot. Inspected by MPI process. Bored, honed with torque-plates and pressure washed. Four-bolt main caps
Oiling: New factory 5-quart pan. Melling high volume pump, pickup tube and HD Drive
Crankshaft: Performance ground factory crankshaft, micro polished and oil holes Chamfered
Connecting Rods: GM forged steel rods, shot peened for strength, resized with new performance rod bolts
Pistons: Speed Pro Hypereutectic, 9.5:1 compression ratio
Cylinder Heads: GM factory cast iron, 70cc combustion chamber, 150cc intake runner
Valves: SBI stainless steel 1.94/1.50-inch
Camshaft: Comp Cams XE268H Extreme Energy cam, .477/.480-inch lift intake/exhaust, 224/230 degrees duration intake/exhaust
Timing Set: Cloyes True-Roller
Valvetrain: Factory stamped steel rocker arms, Comp Cams hydraulic lifters and pushrods
Induction: Edelbrock 600-cfm Performer electric choke carburetor, Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, Air Industries fiberglass ram air box with dual snorkel intakes and K&N filter
Ignition: MSD Ignition Street Fire HEI distributor, Taylor 8mm red wires, Accel spark plugs, Optima red top battery, Power Master XS Torque starter, Power Master 100-amp alternator
Exhaust: Dynomax shorty headers, catalytic converters deleted, Pypes Performance dual 2.5-inch Tru-X system with Street Pro mufflers
Cooling: Summit aluminum radiator, polished Edelbrock Victor aluminum water pump, Flex-A-Lite flex fan, stainless steel heater hose, OEM radiator hose, 180 degree thermostat

Drivetrain
Transmission: Rebuilt 3-speed Turbo 350 automatic, Hughs 2500-stall Converter, B&M cooler, Summit aluminum pan
Rear axle: GM 10-bolt with an Eaton posi, OEM 3.73 gears and an aluminum Trick-Flow differential cover

Chassis
Frame: Factory
Front suspension: PST Polygraphite super front end kit, PST center link, Ground Zero coil springs, OEM gas shocks, Monroe steering shock absorber, 78 Camaro 1.25-inch sway bar
Rear suspension: Monroe air shocks, OEM springs, OEM trailing arms, stock 1-inch sway bar
Steering: Quick ratio power steering box and OEM power steering pump
Brakes: 11-inch front disc/11-inch rear drum

Wheels and Tires
Wheels: Silver painted Chevy Rally
Tires: Grand Prix 245/60-15 Performance GT

Body and Paint
Body: Stock; 11T - White Vinyl Top (currently removed for rust repair); white pin stripes, re-chromed front bumper and bumper grills
Paint: 36L - Firethorn Metallic

Interior
Stock; 08V - White Vinyl Interior with Dark Mahogany Trim; Equus in-dash mechanical oil pressure gauge; dash and package tray mat; dummy light cluster converted to gauge cluster; Auto Gauge 2-inch Smoke series tachometer; Clarion 200 watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 player, rear Jensen 6x9 speakers and factory under dash speaker

Weights & Measures
Wheelbase: 116-inches
Overall Length: 213.3-inches
Overall Width: 77.6-inches
Overall Height: 52.8-inches
Curb Weight: 3919 pounds

Performance
0-60 mph: 5.71 seconds
1/4 mile time: 14.45 seconds @ 94.37 mph

Factory Options

Original Options: A02 – Tinted Windshield; A52 – Bench Seat; C60 – Air Conditioning; D34 – Mirror Visor Vanity; GU2 – Axel 2.73; J50 – Power Brakes; K76 – 61 AMP Generator; L65 – 350 2B V8 Engine; M38 – Automatic Transmission; N33 – Tilt Steering Wheel; N41 – Hydraulic Steering; PE2 – Polycast Turbine Wheels; U05 – Dual Horns; U35 – Electric Clock; Z03 – Landau Package

Mods

Engine swap, new carb, ram air box, gear ratio change, dual exhaust, headers, A/C delete, posi... Please see "Specs" for a complete detailed list of modifications.

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