Customer Cars – 1970 Monte Carlo

Customer Monte Carlos - 1970

In 1970 Chevrolet introduced a brand new model to its ever-growing car lineup dubbed the 1970 Monte Carlo. Sharing its platform with the already existing and successful A-Body platform, the Monte Carlo layout was stretched ahead of the firewall to make it 210.2-inches and it was originally known as the A-Body Special platform. The Monte Carlo would eventually go on to its own unique G-Body platform but let’s not get ahead of ourselves now… The development of the Monte Carlo started as Chevrolet’s version of the Pontiac Grand Prix, which had been outselling and cornering the personal luxury car market since its introduction in 1968. 

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