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Krobb2000

Back in the Saddle...

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Hey Guys

Former '72 owner and now just purchased a base '70.  Love the entire Monte line up from '70 to modern (although some are better than others :) ).

Big thanks to Bob Wiemels for getting me set up and into the site.

Joined FGMCC back in late 90's and let it lapse after I sold the car.  Glad to be back in the club.

-Kelly

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Welcome home Kelly !! Post some photos of your "new" 70 Monte and what your panning to do with it. 

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Welcome Back Kelly.  You should know from past experience that we love pictures so let's see that 70.  Glad you recognized that the 70 is the best year of not only First Gen Monte's but all years of Monte.

rob

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Only Pics I have for now. 

Trans puked on me (forum post in Driveline)... so first off I am contemplating 2004R or 700R4 swap.  Otherwise its front end is a little wore and shocks all around are required.  Hope to do an Aftermarket AC install this winter.  I could list all kinds of wants to go along with it, but the checkbook will rule how much and when.  =]

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" ....... but the checkbook will rule how much and when.  "    Damn check books, they are worse than the wives ....... and never forgive you for the money you believed was well spent.  LOL

 

Dan

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Good to have you back in the club, Kelly ... and this time with the real deal!  Nothing like the front end of a nice '70 to get my blood pumping!  I've completely rebuilt the front suspension of both my '70s and installed aftermarket A/C in one.  Those were interesting and satisfying projects, among many others.  Have fun and enjoy the club!

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