Last updated Jan 15, 2015
This is my 1972 Chevy Monte Carlo that I purchased 1996. It was mostly stock except a rebuilt 350.
Drove the car my Senior year of high school witch it saw some engine swaps and some performance upgrades.
Totalled the car in 1998 when it left the road at about 120mph with the accelerator stuck. Replaced the frame and put it back together in 1999.
Drag raced it and cruised it half in primer and with decent running SB 350 for a couple years.
In 2002 it received major drive train upgrade getting 454 BB, 400 Trans and a 3:73 spooled rear end.
Then finally in 2005 it got some much needed body work and paint after being drove hard for the past nine years.
It has been kind of a never ending project. Always changing something on it making faster or cooler.
Overall its been a fun car to drive and play around with.
540 Shafiroff pump gas BB; Dart big M block; Brodix race rite heads; Brodix intake manifold; Holley 950 carb; MSD 6AL 2 ignition with 10.5 wires; custom ground Comp hyd roller cam .646 intake .651 exhaust at 240 duration; chromemoly Comp push rods and roller 1.7 rockers; 10.5-1 SRP forged pistons; Scat steel crank; Headman ceramic coated headers; 3" exhaust with Flowmaster 10 series mufflers putting out around 600HP
Turbo 400 trans; B&M sift kit; B&M 2,500 stall converter: B&M shifter: B&M line lock with t-handle button.
12 bolt rear end; Richmond 3:73 gears; Strange spool: Moser alloy axles: Moser c-clip eliminators.
Cragar wheels 15x7 in front and 15x10 in the rear with Mickey Thompson 295/65 Drag Radials
Hotchkis springs, Monroe shocks and Energy suspension bushings
Rally wheels, Vinyl top, Chrome Trim, 350 SB, 350 Trans,
2:73 gears, A/C
BB drive-train upgrade
2006 Pontiac G6 arrival blue paint
New vinyl top
Glasstek 4" fiberglass hood
Hand made bow tie side marker lamps
Alpine CD / mp3 player
kicker mids and tweeters
Kicker solo baric 12" sub
Alpine 4 channel amp
Alpine 1 channel amp
Stinger wires fuses and capacitor
New carpet, seat covers, headliner
Hand made center console with speaker enclosure and gauges
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