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Cars > Challenges > “Monza 1” Vs “ford killer”

 

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MonzterRacing

M–45
Lincoln, Nebraska
United States

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redneckking2008

M–26
Nashville, Tennessee
United States

 

1978 Chevrolet Monza 2+2 Hatchback

“Monza 1”

1989 Chevrolet Camaro rebel sport

“ford killer”

 
Photo of: 1978 Chevrolet Monza

No longer owned

Photo of: 1989 Chevrolet Camaro
 

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About “Monza 1”

This was my first car at the age of 14 years old that I bought myself. It had no motor or transmission and I bought it from my best friend for $200.

About “ford killer”

I have a 1989 Chevy Rebel Sport Camaro i hall her the ford killer cus i havnt been up with a ford she couldnt wipe off the road She has a 1993 corvette LT-5 custome build engine trimec 6 spd manual trans with shift kit a custom geared rear end the gers 3 12 it will walk out of the hole if your not watching what ur doing i put acustom 6 way control system on ti meaning the engine trans and read arnt moving 1inch learn quick first time i got into it i ripped the car in half had to get a new body i origanily got her from a salvage yard she was real bad off but now she will kick some ford ass i wiped 3 429 scj's off the road last weekend so take that ford thats for all us chevy guys who are tired of ford knocking us like the south we will rise again

 

Specs for “Monza 1”

No motor or transmission when I bought it.

Specs for “ford killer”

custome built LT-5 engine trimec 6 spd trans with shift kit custom geared read 3 12 gers the housing is out of a 77 trans am I have over $25,000 in it

 

Factory Options for “Monza 1”

7.5" 10-Bolt rearend with 3.08 gears. Had a 2.8 V6 with a metric 250 automatic transmission. 4 on 4 lug wheels that were 13" in diameter. Floor shifter, 80 MPH speedometer, power steering, ands power brakes.

Factory Options for “ford killer”

not much 2.8 v-6 trimec 5 spd 2 13 rear nothing special

 

Mods for “Monza 1”

WHEELS -- Rare deep 13" x 8" diameter ET slot mags in the rear and 13" x 6" front slot mags up front.

TRANS -- Turbo 350 automatic trans with a shift kit. Chrome transmission pan.

BODY -- 8" snorkel hood scoop.

INTERIOR -- Autometer tach. RCI racing seats and covers. 5pt harnesses. Pioneer speakers, Audiovox AVX210 stereo, Grant steering wheel, and battery relocated in the spare tire hole in the hatch.

MOTOR -- 307 SB Chevy with 11-1 forged pistons, 2.02/1.6 cast iron heads custom built, Hydraulic .447/.447 lift Duntov 30/30 hydraulic cam, Holley 600 CFM carb, Weiand X-cellerator intake, Melling HV oil pump, Hooker Super Comp headers, Thrush turbo mufflers, Accel Super Coil, Dual point distributor, Accel wires, roller rockers, aluminum short water pump, custom alterator bracket, Pete Jackson Gear Drive, and a chrome dress up kit with tall valve covers. All outer bolts were allen bolts with anodized cups. Braided hose covering on some of the hoses. For a air cleaner I used a Mr Gasket chrome scoop that had the red butterflies. I found factory motor mounts and a 4 core radiator.

The motor was eventually blown up so it ended up having two better built 355's in it before i twisted it all up and parted it out so the salvage yard could have the remains.

Mods for “ford killer”

just aobut everything

 

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Points for Monza 1 Total Votes Points for ford killer
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