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1975 Chevrolet Monza 2+2 Print this page.
Here is a RARE FIND. This 1975 Chevy Monza 2+2 is a very good running and driving car. It was bought new in North Carolina. Chevrolet produced the Monza from 1975 to 1980 to compete with the Ford Mustang II. These cars came with a 4 cylinder engine but the 4.3 Liter 262 V8 engine was an option that the buyer could get. The 4.3 Liter V8 was the smallest engine that Chevrolet ever produced and it has only 110 HP from the factory. It was built on the Chevy Vega Wheelbase. The 4.3 Liter engine came with a Rochester 2 barrel carb. The engine runs great and the 4 speed transmission shifts great. It is a very fun car to drive. This car is very solid. The red exterior paint looks good. The doors shut good and the hatchback opens good. The black interior is also in very good condition. The bucket seats, door panels, carpet and headliner all look good. It has factory power steering and brakes. All the factory gauges work as do all the lights including the dash lights. The horn works as do the wipers. It has a nice Pioneer Stereo C/D player that sounds good. All the glass is good and the door glass rolls up and down with ease. It has 185/70R13 tires with 4 lug wheels. It is a factory A/C car but the A/C is currently not working. The belt is missing off the compressor. The 2+2 emblem is missing on the drivers side. This car has the Spyder decals but does not have the Spyder Equipment Package as this was not introduced until 1976. The odometer reads 02219 but I am assuming it is actually 102219. This seems like a really good car and you just don't see these car anymore.
Stock #2192
ModelMonza 2+2
Engine4.3 Liter V8
Transmission4 Speed Manual
Exterior ColorRed
Interior ColorBlack
Body StyleHatchback
New/Used Used
Price $12,500.00 $10,500.00
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