Challenges 1 – 3 of 4
Challenges W: 4 L: 0
- StAnG: 33 pts (loss)
- The White Knight: 102 pts (win)
- Total votes: 27
- Ended: Jul 10, 2006
- Monte: 37 pts (loss)
- The White Knight: 43 pts (win)
- Total votes: 16
- Ended: Jul 2, 2006
- Ponti Carlo: 39 pts (loss)
- The White Knight: 56 pts (win)
- Total votes: 19
- Ended: Jun 28, 2006
1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS (The White Knight)
Last updated Jun 4, 2007
I bought this car in 2002 and have done quite a bit of restoration work on it, keeping it 99% stock all the way through.
Although it is not driven in the winter I drive it to work every day and keep it clean enough to show it.
Click on the specs, factory options and modifications tabs and check out the albums too. :-)
L69 - 305 H.O
3.73 locker rear
200-4R 4 speed automatic
F41 factory perfomance suspension
Air, Cruise, Tilt, Power windows, Power door locks, Air conditioning, T-tops, Bucket seats with column shift (factory ordered original)
Converted to dual electric cooling fans
ADS Power chip
True dual exhaust
The tail pipes are not stainless steel. I get asked about them all the time. They are simply regular exhaust pipe. So why are they so shiny? When they were first installed I spent three hours per side with Mothers metal polish and a lot of rags.
That's right folks, they're just metal polished normal exhaust pipe! After initially getting that shine it's easy to keep it up. Once per year I take 15 minutes a side buffing them up. I wipe them off whenever I wash the car as well. It's been almost 5 years now and they still look like new.
There you have it, I just saved you $200+ by not having to buy stainless steel pipes.
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